S 285/0by Marcel Breuer, 1935 — from 1.281,00 €
|Material||Frame: tubular steel, chrome plated or black
Table top: ash stained or with open pore varnish
|Care||To clean the wood surfaces, a soft, damp cloth and a mild neutral detergent is recommended.
Metal: for quick removal of light impurities, on chrome surfaces, any standard glass cleaner with a clean, soft cloth can be used.
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|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 information can be found here.|
|Product family||Also available in versions with either shelves or storage box S 285 and S 285/1 - S 285/2|
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The German manufacturer Thonet has been famed since the 19th century for its revolutionary and innovative use of manufacturing processes and materials: something which applies not only to bentwood furniture with which they were established, but also to the steel tube designs of the Bauhaus era. One of the most famous representatives of this era is the S 285 desk by Marcel Breuer. Here the designer created a unique, harmonious, connection between the contrasting materials steel tube and wood. The S 285's load-bearing tubular steel frame is an elegant, continuous line, embedded in which one finds the table top and storage elements, embedded in such a manner that they appear to float in the structure. The S 285 has been produced exclusively by Thonet since the 1930s, and is currently available in a variety of finishes and colors, as well as a mirror-inverted version. The latest addition to the S 285 program is the S 285/0, which is reduced to the essentials, and thus could not better represent the so-called "New Objectivity".