The Wassily B3 armchair by Marcel Breuer for Gavina from the 1960s is an icon of modern design. Originally designed in 1925, the Wassily armchair was the first tubular steel piece of furniture ever created. This model was reissued in the 1960s by Gavina, an Italian furniture company, which allowed more people to discover this timeless design.The Wassily B3 consists of an elegant and minimalist chrome steel frame, which supports a stretched leather seat and back. The armchair's clean, airy design makes it perfect for contemporary spaces, while the soft, durable leather gives it exceptional comfort.The Wassily B3 is also notable for its versatility: it can be used in a living room or bedroom as an accent chair, or in an office as a comfortable and stylish seat. Its tubular steel construction also makes it lightweight and easy to move, adding to its functionality.In short, the Wassily B3 armchair by Marcel Breuer for Gavina is an iconic design object that combines elegance, comfort and functionality, and which can be appreciated by lovers of modern design around the world.
Material: leather and metal
- Height: 73 cm
- Width: 78 cm
- Depth: 69 cm
Condition: this item is in a good state of conservation.
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