F51 Gropius Armchair, Cavalry cloth, Silver-grey, Black lacquered ashby Walter Gropius, 1920 — from 2.170,00 €
3% advance payment discount*: 2.104,90 € (Save 65,10 €)
The F51 armchair was designed in 1920 by the then Bauhaus director Walter Gropius for his room in Weimar and has been faithfully produced since 1986 by Tecta. The cubic armchair combines voluminous upholstery with a then novel support structure, in which the armrests protrude freely and the back of the chair does not reach the ground. The F51 Gropius armchair is a must for every Bauhaus enthusiast and comes in a range of colours and materials.
|Dimensions||Height: 70 cm
Width: 70 cm
Depth: 70 cm
Seat height: 42 cm
|Material||Frame: ash, solid black lacquered or solid walnut
Covers: leather, Hallingdal 65 (70 % pure wool, 30 % viscose) or cavalry cloth (100 % new wool)
|Variants||Many further configurations available on request.|
|Care||To clean the frame, a soft, damp cloth is recommended.
The fabric covers can be carefully vacuumed.
Please treat leather surfaces regularly with suitable care products.
|Certification of authenticity||
The re-editions of the Bauhaus models faithfully produced by Tecta have been approved by the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin and bear the institute's logo as designed by Oskar Schlemmer at Bauhaus.