Marcel Breuer, Cesca chair 1928; Manufacturer: Gebrüder Thonet, Vienna, Austria

Model (Chair) by Breuer, Marcel Lajos, 1928 (designed) after 1930 (manufactured). Chair of tubular steel, with seat and back panels of bent beechwood, filled with caning.

Marcel Breuer: "Wassily" chair (1988.256) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Club chair (aka Wassily chair), 1925 by Marcel Breuer (chrome-plated steel, canvas upholstery)

scandinaviancollectors: MARCEL BREUER, IBM La Gaude, Building...

IBM France Research Center, La Gaude, France, (Marcel Breuer & Associates) This is my post, and FYB is nearing foll.

{w} Bauhaus furniture design: Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair. Steel tube (line) & leather (plane).

Marcel Breuer Furniture designers demonstrated the possibilities of modern industry applied to everyday objects.

Depressing design, like a bench you'd be chained to waiting for trail. Whitney Museum of American Art by Marcel Breuer. Manhattan, New York City. #awfularchitecture

Whitney Museum of American Art by Marcel Breuer,,,,designed an addition to the Whitney for my thesis project

Desk by Marcel Breuer... Needs chair, lamp and a place to land. Simple, beautiful and an entrepreneur's dream for a home office.

Desk by Marcel Breuer. Needs chair, lamp and a place to land. Simple, beautiful and an entrepreneur's dream for a home office.

La Chaise Wassily, aussi connue comme chaise modèle B3, a été dessinée par Marcel Breuer en 1925-1926 alors qu’il était à la tête de l’atelier de menuiserie du Bauhaus de Dessau. Malgré la croyance populaire, cette chaise ne fut pas conçue pour le peintre constructiviste Wassily Kandinsky, qui à la même époque était son collègue à l’école du Bauhaus.

Marcel Bruer- club chair or 'the Wassili chair' named after Bauhaus professor Wassili Kandinsky. The chair was a product of functionalist thinking about design.

Church of St Francis of Sales. Muskegon, Michigan. 1964-1966. Marcel Breuer & Herbert Beckhard. Photo Hedrich Blessing

Marcel Breuer (1902-1981): Design & Architecture

Marcel Breuer: Church of St Francis of Sales, Muskegon, Michigan, with Herbert Beckhard). © Photo Hedrich Blessing Plus


This chair is truley a statement piece. It features a curved chrome tubular frame with caned seat and back components. The high chair back is quite dramatic.

Desk, Bristol, England (made) - 1935-36.  Marcel Breuer. / The desk, designed by Hungarian born architect and designer Marcel Breuer has an interesting history from its patronage to its design and beyond. The desk was commissioned by Dorothea Ventris, a committed collector of contemporary art and design, for her home in Highpoint I, a block of flats in Hampstead, London. Highpoint was itself a modernist building designed by the Russian-born architect Bertold Lubetkin.


Desk by Breuer Marcel, materials: sycamore veneered laminated board, chromium plated tubular metal, glass top, rubber fittings and linoleum

Marcel-Breuer by Lothaire Hucki

maxenrich: “ Marcel Breuer’s Table and low table, edited by Isokon, Captured by Lothaire Hucki ”

Long chair. Designed by Marcel Breuer for Isokon, England. 1936. Steamed bent birch and birch plywood.

Designed by Marcel Breuer for Isokon Flats, Hampstead, London Steamed bent birch and birch plywood. As well as Breuer, Isokon residents included Agatha Christie, Walter Gropius and Laszlo Moholy-Nagy.