A design classic made in 1937 by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Material / Features
- Armchair in cherry wood
- Black stained or wenge stained wood special price
- Upholstered seat in Leather or Linen mixed
width 54 cm, depth 55 cm, height 81 cm
The Bauhaus icon "Barrel Chair".
True to the motto "Every chair must be designed for the building it will be in" Frank Lloyd Wright created in 1937 this new version of the "Barrel Chair" (1904) for Herbert Johnson's house Wingspread.
The Barrel Chair is entirely made of solid wood with a sophisticated processing back. The color of the surface is in cherry. The comfortable hemispherical seat uses a special foam.
Wright, Frank Lloyd
Frank Lloyd Wright
(1867 - 1959) was an architect, interior designer, art dealer and writer American descent.
He began his studies in 1885 at the University of Wisconsin, but left this in 1887 without completing.
From this time to the year 1893, he worked for Lyman Silsbee in Chicago and for Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan. After this experience, he started his own company in his new home Oak Park.
By 1910, he realized primarily Prairie Houses, for the movement he, Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin was largely responsible.
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