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Icons of Thonet - 15 % off Selected Items

S 64 / S 64 N
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S 43 Classic
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S 32 / S 32 N
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S 33 / S 34
214
S 43 F Classic
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S 43 Classics in Colour
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404 / 404F
209 / 210
118 High Gloss
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S 32 N / S 64 N Pure Materials
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118 / 118 M
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1500
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ICONS OF THONET - SPECIAL OFFER

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BETWEEN 15TH JULY AND 14TH OCTOBER 2020 SAVE 15% ON THE THONET DINING ROOM ICONS S 64, S 32, S 32/S 64 PURE MATERIALS, 118 AND 118 HIGH GLOSS.

FURTHERMORE, THE THONET HOME OFFICE PROMOTION HAS BEEN EXTENDED: UNTIL 30th SEPTEMBER ENJOY A 15% DISCOUNT ON SELECTED THONET ICONS FOR THE HOME OFFICE.


Icons of Thonet

200 years of Thonet, 200 years of design icons. In its unique history, the furniture manufacturer Thonet has repeatedly realised classic chair designs. Created in the pulse of their time, the value-stable furniture then and now accompany people all over the world. In addition to the bentwood and tubular steel classics that still form the foundation of Thonet, and are made with love for handcraft and the original design, contemporary designs such as those by Stefan Diez or Sebastian Herkner complete the portfolio of the German producer.



Thonet's history is marked by groundbreaking innovations in material, form and production technology. At the end of the 19th century, for example, Michael Thonet succeeded for the first time in bending solid wood and thus revolutionising the manufacture of chairs and armchairs. The legendary Viennese coffee house chair marked the transition from craft to mass production and Thonet wrote industrial history.


Coffee House Chair 214 M

404 Dining Room Chair

Cantilever Chair S 43


Inextricably linked with Thonet is Bauhaus: the Bauhaus legends Marcel Breuer, Mart Stam, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe experimented with cold-bent tubular steel in the 20th century and invented the cantilever chair and in Thonet found a producer with the necessary pioneering spirit.



Browse through the anniversary edition of the Thonet Magazine for more background information, interviews and inspiration: