The Thonet chair 209 / 210 by Michael Thonet is crafted from solid beech and counts amongst the absolute design classics of the company. The well-known Swiss architect Le Corbusier liked it so much he used the bentwood classic to furnish some of the houses he designed for the Weissenhofsiedlung in Stuttgart.
|Product type||Multi-purpose chair|
|Material||Frame: Beech, stained
Model 209: Seat made of wicker work with support fabric made of transparent plastic
Model 210: As 209 but with backrest in wicker work with support fabric made of transparent plastic
|Delivery includes||With plastic gliders|
|Care||Click for more information (ca. 0,7 MB).
|Certificates & Sustainability||Thonet has declared sustainability to be a corporate principle. The manufacturer continuously optimizes all processes from production/technology, materials management and recyclability to transport routes and constantly pays attention to resource-saving energy and material consumption. Last but not least, social and ethical principles are among the top priorities. Thonet has been awarded the "Green Globe Certificate" for its measures of sustainable and environmentally friendly management - further details can be found here.|
|Product family||Thonet Coffeehouse Chairs|
|Datasheet||Click for more information (ca. 2,5 MB).