Loos Café Museum | Chair | Stained Wenge, Upholstered Seat

Designer: Adolf Loos

Dimensions: W44 D53 H87 CM

Loos Café Museum chair, designed by Adolf Loos, represents a refined and timeless design that carries elegance, shape lightness and everyday life. The stained dark walnut structure shows a revived artisan quality that uses elliptical, rather than round, cross sections to give a light aesthetic. The chair has a curved seat frame formed as a single piece, and is upholstered in red, while the seat back has a partially oval section.

Custom finishes available, contact us at info@thecollectional.com

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Orders are manufactured for you in 8 weeks (may be subject to change). The specific lead-time of your order will be confirmed after your order has been placed with us.
You will be notified once your order has been shipped




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