Chairs. Sunday , January 07th , 2018 - 04:41:50 AM
Quote from The History behind the Unique Wassily Chair :
Also familiar as the Model B3 chair, the Wassily Chair is a chair originally designed in 1925-1926 by Marcel Breuer. At the time, his position at the Bauhaus which is located in Germany was the head of the cabinet-making workshop. According to popular belief the chair was designed for Wassily Kandinsky, a non-objective painter from the Bauhaus faculty. However this is not true. Wassily Kadinsky only admired the design after it was completed, and therefore Marcel Breuer created a duplicate of the chair that suited Kadinsky even more personally. An Italian manufacturer re-released that chair decades later.
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