S 285/1 - S 285/2by Marcel Breuer, 1935 — from 2.707,00 €
3 % advance payment discount*: 2.625,79 € (Save 81,21 €)
The Thonet S 285/1 and S 285/2 desks are modifications of the classics S 285, designed by Marcel Breuer. Both desks are optionally available with drawers or shelves and impress as classic representatives of the Bauhaus style.
Ash open pore topcoat
|Material||Frame: Tubular steel, chrome plated
Top: Ash stained or open-pored topcoat
|Variants||Available in 4 versions:
1 large storage element, right hand side, outside
1 large storage element, right hand side, inside
2 shelves on the right hand side, outside
2 shelves on the right hand side, inside
|Care||To clean the wood surfaces, a soft, damp cloth and a mild neutral detergent are recommended.
Metal: For the quick removal of dirt and stains on polished, matt chrome surfaces, you can use any glass cleaner on a clean, soft cloth. After cleaning, always dry the surface with a soft cloth.
|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||S 285 available separately|
|Datasheet||Please click on the picture for detailed information (ca. 1,6 MB).
The S 285/1 & S 285/2 desks belongs to the steel tube furniture collection of the German manufacturer Thonet, and represents a slight modification of the Bauhaus classic S 285. Marcel Breuer designed the masterpiece in 1935, yet with its clean lines and balanced proportions the desk is not only a classic of furniture history, but every bit as relevant today as ever. The combination of the elegant, continuous, tubular steel frame and the storage elements made of wood form an exciting contrast. The drawers and the table top are so set into the table frame that they seem to float, which bequeaths the Bauhaus furniture a particular harmony.