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204 PH Barstool

This classic barstool combines the use of beech wood and tubular steel. The legs of the stool are made through the traditional bending process of beech wood, while a tubular steel ring provides added stability and serves as a footrest for greater seating comfort. The round seat is offered in two versions: a smooth moulded seat or an upholstered one. Its sturdy wood and durable upholstery make it a dependable companion, ideal for both home and restaurant use.

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.

209 M Bentwood Chair

This elegant bentwood masterpiece showcases intricate construction: its projecting frame serves as both backrest and armrest, formed from a single piece of solid beech wood. With just six components like the original no. 214 chair, no. 209 eM armchair exudes aesthetic simplicity, resembling a sculptural piece. Renowned Swiss architect Le Corbusier admired its noble presence, integrating it into iconic structures like the Weissenhof Estate in 1927.