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Frame material: European Beechwood
Product by: Le Corbusier
Made in Europe
Armchair Dimensions: 57cm (W) x 50cm (D) x 84cm (H)
Seat Height: 46cm (H)
Delight in your surroundings with the effortless style of the Black Croissant Bentwood dining armchair created by our European friends Le Corbusier.
Based on the original Bentwood techniques created by Michael Thonet in the 1840s, this European beauty designed in the 1920s is not only divine to look at, but is built to last using the traditional Bentwood technique of creating a backrest and back legs from a single piece of bent beechwood.
This Black Croissant Bentwood Dining Armchair is considered a traditional style due to its rich history. However, modern Bentwood techniques harness the power of modern machine construction to guarantee extra durability and time-tested strength, so you join in our Scandinavian inspired mantra and Buy once. Buy well.
Why we love the Black Croissant Bentwood Dining Armchair:
History of TON: In the 1840s Michael Thonet began experimenting with bending beechwood to create dining chairs. By the 1850s Thonet's styles had become mainstream and the output of his TON factories became vast.
In the 1920s, TON designed and created the Black Croissant Bentwood Dining Armchair. Originally favoured and used by the French Modernist Architect Le Corbusier, the Black Croissant Bentwood Dining Armchair is still immensely popular in Australia today.