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Thonet, a Austrian \/German cabinet maker, was the first to create successful bentwood furniture designs. Thonet envisioned the new forms possible by using steam to make large pieces of wood pliable. Thonet’s created his quintessential bentwood designs utilizing one piece of wood to form the chair’s back rest and back legs, then he attached a separate seat and the front legs. Thonet’s methods have informed the design of each and every bentwood chair that followed.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe year 1900 lifted Thonet’s furniture idea from the anonymity of in-house designs: now, architects of the Secession – Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, Otto Wagner, Marcel Kammerer – discovered the design possibilities of bent wood and located the bentwood furniture in space, in architecture: art nouveau and bentwood united. This chair was designed during this period and is found in the catalogue 1911-1915. 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Rare Thonet Bentwood Chair 1911-1915 Catalogue Model No. 395, raised veneer seat number 225

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Rare Thonet Bentwood Chair 1911-1915 catalogues Model number 395, raised veneer seat design number 225

A single Thonet bentwood chair, with a rare and very elegant design. Thonet, a Austrian /German cabinet maker, was the first to create successful bentwood furniture designs. Thonet envisioned the new forms possible by using steam to make large pieces of wood pliable. Thonet’s created his quintessential bentwood designs utilizing one piece of wood to form the chair’s back rest and back legs, then he attached a separate seat and the front legs. Thonet’s methods have informed the design of each and every bentwood chair that followed.

The year 1900 lifted Thonet’s furniture idea from the anonymity of in-house designs: now, architects of the Secession – Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, Otto Wagner, Marcel Kammerer – discovered the design possibilities of bent wood and located the bentwood furniture in space, in architecture: art nouveau and bentwood united. This chair was designed during this period and is found in the catalogue 1911-1915. It is a rare model , number 395 with a raised veneer seat design number 225 and is in very nice condition.

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