S 32 PV / S 64 PV Pure Materialsby Marcel Breuer, 1929/30 (Artistic copyright by Mart Stam) — from 1.309,00 €
Dining with Thonet: 15% discount on selected Thonet design classics
|Material||Frame: Tubular steel, chrome plated
Seat and backrest: Moulded plywood, upholstered with 30 mm moulded cold foam
Cover: Full-grain Nubuck leather or natural Nappa leather, with contrast seam
Glides: plastic, black
|Variants||Optionally available with or without armrests
S 32 / S 32 N without armrests
S 64 / S 64 N with armrests
S 32 N / S 64 N Pure Materials
S 64 VDR Atelier with castors
|Delivery includes||With plastic glides, felt glides for hard floors available on request|
|Care||For the treatment of stains, use a damp cloth and, if necessary, a mild, neutral detergent. Please refer to the enclosed care instruction.
Note: As a natural product, all leathers used in the Pure Material series will reflect traces of contact and gradually develop an individual and exclusive appearance.
|Certificates & Sustainability||Green Globe Certificate|
|Product family||Thonet Cantilever|
|Datasheet||Please click on the picture for detailed information (ca. 3 MB).
Is it possible to retrofit glides to an S 32 PV/S 64 PV Pure Materials?
A Thonet cantilever chair is specially produced to allow a retrofitting with plastic glides (transparent or black) with or without felt insert using the pre-punched drill holes, add an additional 11 mm to the overall height and cost 29,- EUR per set / chair.On older cantilever models produced before 2010, the Thonet frames were pre-punched as standard and the glides are installed as follows: With a 4.2 mm drill (available at any hardware store or as the special-hardened Thonet drill bits for Euro) bore holes in the marked locations. The felt pads can then be attached using the supplied self-tapping screws.
Why "S 32 PV/S 64 PV Pure Materials"?
We leave traces on our favorite furniture that we use frequently. Behind Pure Materials is natural wood, distinctive full-grain leather and a particularly gentle approach to materials. Over time, a natural patina forms through use, giving each piece of furniture a unique look and making it one of a kind.