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S 35 LH

by Marcel Breuer, 1930 — 1.172,00 €
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1.172,00 € *
available within 5-6 weeks
3% advance payment discount*: 1.136,84 € (Save 35,16 €)

The S 35 LH compliments Marcel Breuer's S 35 L armchair, first launched in 1930 in Paris by the German Werkbund, as a matching footstool. The Thonet stool is available in different leather versions and is characterised by the cantilever effect created on account of its tubular steel frame.

Details

Product type Ottoman
Dimensions
Weight 7 kg
Colours

Material Frame: tubular steel, chrome plated
Material: buffalo leather, brown or butt leather, black, natural (full grain)
Variants Available in classic leather or Pure Material's (buffalo leather).
Care To treat stains, use a damp cloth and, if necessary, a mild, neutral detergent. Please also refer to the brochure included with the delivery

Note: As a natural product, all leathers of the Pure Materials collection react with characteristic traces of wear and gradually develop an individual and exclusive look.
Warranty 24 months
Zubehör Complimenting S 35 L armchair available separately.
Datasheet Click for more information (ca. 1,5 MB).

Popular versions

S 35 LH, Buffalo leather brown
S 35 LH, Butt leather black

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