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It's no wonder that Nigel Coates' Lehnstuhl armchair for Gebruder Thonet Vienna has become one of its most iconic. Featuring the beautiful curved lines that are a signature of the steamed bentwood process, this chair is also technically complex to manufacture due to some of the bentwood pieces reaching over three metres in length. The complex design is a testament to the refined skill of both the designer and manufacturer. The seat and the comfortable backrest are made of Vienna cane with a special large mesh or upholstered version.
|Brand||Gebruder Thonet Vienna GmbH|
|Year of Design||2014|
|Country of Origin||Austria|
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Technical Sheet (LEHNSTUHL-07.pdf, 229 Kb) [Download]