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Architect and designer Marcel Breuer joined the Bauhaus in 1924. After a brief stay in Paris, Breuer returned to the Bauhaus Dessau as master of this workshop in 1925, at the request of Walter Gropius.

Silla Wassily

Breuer at the Bauhaus remained up to 1928. During this time, He experimented with extruded steel to create a series of lightweight metal furniture, continuing the Bauhaus interest of the use of industrial materials and manufacturing techniques.

Silla Wassily

Inspired by the flexibility and strength of the frame of his bicycle, Breuer applies the same principles to the materials, the construction and the design of the Chair.

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After numerous prototypes, Breuer was a fluid and minimal design.

Silla Wassily

Not upholstered seat tense, back, and supports them arms of tarpaulin simple blacks contribute to the austere appearance, dematerialized Chair. It became known as the Chair “Wassily”, in homage to Breuer and Bauhaus colleague friend, the Russian painter Vasily Kandinsky.

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This iconic chair design remains closely associated with the Bauhaus, and it was used in various rooms of the Bauhaus in Dessau.

Silla Wassily