Bauhaus design armchair D4N
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Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
Bauhaus design armchair
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Characteristics

Style
Bauhaus design
Seat material
fabric
Frame material
metal
Options
folding
Color
multi-color
Base type
cantilever
Base material
metal base
Armrest
with armrests
Frame finish
polished
Motif
patterned
Total height

71 cm (28 in)

Total width

78 cm (31 in)

Total depth

61 cm (24 in)

Seat height

44 cm (17 in)

Description

The D4 is a timeless classic with its own special magic, and a chair that British designer and artist Esther Wilson grew up with. It brings back memories of her grandparents, the architects Alison and Peter Smithson, who owned a D4 and collaborated closely with Tecta. Designer Esther Wilson, who is a trained embroiderer, has therefore created a poetic thought work that pays homage to Breuer’s chair and the Bauhaus. She based her new edition on the Bauhaus Manifesto in its original layout. On a copy Wilson highlighted several words and hand-written notes, which she considered important, in different colours. According to their positions in the Manifesto, she embroidered the resulting colour blocks onto the textile surfaces of the D4. And in doing so created intense, minimal pieces of embroidery. Works of art with a unique rhythm of arrangement and colour repetition. The sizes and proportions of the colour blocks vary according to the chair style – Wilson has customised the pattern to scale for each version.

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