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118 F Wooden Chair

Embracing minimalism and grace, the 118 F chair is a timeless wooden masterpiece that imparts understated elegance to dining tables and restaurants. Inspired by Michael Thonet's mid-19th-century ethos of simplifying chairs to their essence, the 118F wooden chair carries this legacy forward while adding a touch of the contemporary. With a nod to our heritage, this chair transcends its origins. Sebastian Herkner's artful touches infuse the design with refined subtlety, reducing its visual dominance and amplifying its distinction. The chair's legs, curved outward and straight within, echo the horseshoe contour of the seating surface. The bentwood seat frame and meticulously handwoven canework pay homage to the iconic 214, the epitome of a Thonet chair's design.

118 SP Wooden Chair

Balancing simplicity with sophistication, the 118 SP chair is a classic wooden masterpiece that subtly elevates dining tables and restaurants. Michael Thonet's mid-19th-century concept of stripping a chair to its essence is carried forward in the 118SP upholstered wooden chair, which extends this idea while honouring the brand's legacy. With a touch of refinement, Sebastian Herkner's design enhancements dial down its dominance, enhancing its uniqueness. The chair's legs are an artful touch, rounded on the outside and linear within, reminiscent of the horseshoe-shaped seating surface. The bentwood seat frame and meticulously handwoven canework surface pay homage to the iconic 214, the quintessential Thonet chair.

118 SPF Wooden Chair

Striking a balance between minimalistic authenticity and refined elegance, the 118 SPF chair is a classic wooden masterpiece that brings a subtle grace to any dining table or restaurant setting. Rooted in Michael Thonet's mid-19th-century philosophy of stripping chairs down to their core elements, the 118SPF wooden chair with armrests advances this legacy with an extra layer of sophistication, paying homage to the brand's heritage. Building upon this foundation, Sebastian Herkner's ingenious additions lend the design a nuanced character, reducing its dominance while amplifying its distinction. Notably, the chair's legs boast a distinctive contour – rounded on the outer side and linear on the inner – a nod to the horseshoe-shaped seating surface. The chair's bentwood seat frame and intricately handwoven canework surface harken back to the iconic 214, the quintessential archetype of a Thonet chair.

118 Wooden Chair

Combining minimalism and authenticity with an air of sophistication, the 118 chair is a timeless wooden masterpiece that effortlessly enhances dining tables and restaurant spaces. Originating from Michael Thonet's mid-19th-century concept of simplifying chairs to their essential elements, the 118 chair builds upon this legacy, taking it a step further. In this evolution, Sebastian Herkner's creative touch introduces refined intricacies that soften the design's presence, lending it an even more distinctive allure. The chair's legs hold a unique charm, curved on the outer side and sleek on the inner – an aesthetic nod to the horseshoe-shaped seating surface. Complementing this, the bentwood seat frame and meticulously handwoven canework pay homage to the iconic 214, a quintessential Thonet chair

209 Bentwood Armchair

This beautiful chair is a true work of art in its design and manufacturing. The frame that serves as both the armrest and backrest is crafted by bending a single piece of solid beech wood. Following the model of the original bentwood chair, which consisted of six parts, this chair, known as no. 209, is also made of only six parts. The combination of the organic shape and minimalistic design gives it the appearance of a sculpture. It caught the attention of Swiss architect Le Corbusier, who used it in his buildings, such as the Weissenhof Estate in Stuttgart in 1927. Le Corbusier once remarked that this chair exudes a sense of nobility.

214P Coffee House Chair

The iconic coffee house chair is widely regarded as the most successful mass-produced product in history, heralding the dawn of modern furniture. The key breakthrough was the development and refinement of a new technique - the bending of solid wood - during the 1850s. This enabled the first ever serial production of furniture. Another important factor was the distribution model: 36 disassembled chairs could be packed into a one cubic metre box, making shipping and on-site assembly feasible anywhere in the world. This chair's timeless, minimalist design has made it a versatile and enduring choice for over 150 years in a variety of different environments.

404 Wooden Chair

A wooden chair range designed by Stefan Diez that draws inspiration from our bentwood legacy. However, the design has been modified with a focus on aesthetic and technological standards. The chair legs and armrests are bent and fused into a knot, which is then attached to the seat from below. The range offers both style and comfort, with a captivating interplay between the smoothly contoured wooden features and the eye-catching upholstery. The range does not limit users to a specific seating posture, and the ergonomically shaped backrest flexes to provide additional comfort.

520PF Wooden Chair

The 520 chair is suitable for a diverse range of purposes, from elegant dining settings to professional boardroom meetings. Designed by by Marco Dessí this is a versatile chair that goes beyond just being a dining table chair. It offers both visual and physical lightness while providing a comfortable sitting experience. The chair exudes an air of confidence and elegance that pays homage to the classic bentwood chair design. Dessí's innovative approach involved filling the gaps between the bentwood elements with plush upholstery. The chair's uncomplicated yet clever design allows for multiple versions, with or without armrests, and a wide variety of cover materials.

S166 PVF Chair

The sleek and curvaceous silhouette of the S166 PVF Chair captures attention and exudes sophistication. The chair is crafted with a durable yet lightweight material, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The ergonomic design ensures maximum comfort, with a contoured seat and backrest that provide optimal support. The chair's stackable feature allows for convenient storage and space-saving options. Whether placed in event venues, cosy contract spaces, or café, the S166 PVF Chair adds a touch of contemporary elegance to any setting. Its versatility, durability, and timeless design make it a perfect choice for those seeking style and functionality in their seating solutions.

S220 Moulded Plywood Chair

The design of the S220 chair by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin of Industrial Facility takes inspiration from the iconic 214 and 209 bentwood chairs. It is a stackable chair made of moulded plywood with a tubular steel frame. The chair has an ergonomic seat shell, with the option of adding armrests, and is available in a range of colours and woods. The design of the S220 pushes the limits of what is possible with moulded plywood, and its shape is both organic and precise. The moulded plywood shell is comfortable and supportive, with just the right amount of give thanks to the chair's elegant hourglass shape. The front edge of the seat shell is smoothly rounded, avoiding pressure points and making the chair more comfortable. This edge also picks up the radii of the tubular steel frame, creating a harmonious interplay of material quality, aesthetics, and functionality. The S220 chair is suitable for use in a variety of settings, from private homes to the contract sector.

S220F Moulded Plywood Chair

The established shape of the iconic 214 and 209 bentwood chairs served as inspiration for the design by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin of Industrial Facility: the S220F is a material-efficient, stackable moulded plywood chair with an ergonomic seat shell and a light tubular steel frame. Featuring optional armrests, the chair can be used in a variety of settings – from private homes to the contract sector – and is available in a range of different woods and colours. The chair’s design pushes the limits of what is technically possible using the material of moulded plywood, which has always been a driver of innovation at Thonet. The S220F has an understated organic form as well as precise lines, and its moulded plywood shell is comfortable and supportive. The chair’s elegant hourglass shape means that the seat shell has just the right amount of give. A smoothly rounded front edge perfectly embodies the harmonious interplay of material quality, aesthetics and functionality that is so characteristic of the S220F. This “waterfall edge”, as the designers call it, avoids pressure points, makes the chair more comfortable and picks up the radii of the tubular steel frame.

S43 Cantilever Chair

Whether in a contemporary office, a stylish dining setting, or a modern living space, the S43 chair effortlessly combines versatility and sophistication. The S43 chair is a testament to the enduring legacy of modernist design. Designed by Mart Stam, this iconic cantilever chair showcases the perfect fusion of form and function. With its tubular steel frame and molded plywood shells for the seat and back, the S43 chair embodies simplicity and elegance. Its clean lines, minimalist aesthetic, and exceptional seating comfort make it a timeless piece that continues to captivate design enthusiasts. As a true exemplar of modernist design, the Thonet S43 chair stands as a symbol of enduring craftsmanship and innovation.