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Item No. 100153877

Cesca Stool

Price reduced from $1,290.00 to $1,032.00 20% off
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100153877

Cesca Stool

Price reduced from $1,290.00 to $1,032.00 20% off

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  • Minimal tubular steel frame with wood and cane seat.
  • 38" H 18⅛" W 21⅝" D
Detailed Dimensions

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  • In-Home Delivery

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5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Marcel Breuer for Knoll®
Manufacturer SKU:
Cesca Stool
Price reduced from $1,290.00 to $1,032.00 20% off
Details

Details

Three years after designing his iconic Wassily Chair, which is believed to be the first bent tubular steel chair design, Marcel Breuer created the Cesca Chair (1928). Named in tribute to his daughter Francesca, this minimal piece pairs the industrial aesthetic of tubular steel with wood and cane inserts. Cesca is manufactured by Knoll® according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Each is stamped with the KnollStudio logo and Breuer’s signature.
  • Minimal tubular steel frame with wood and cane seat.
  • A comfortable cantilever design.
  • Has a footrest for added comfort.
Brand
Knoll®
Collection
Cesca Seating Collection
General Dimensions
  • 38" H 18⅛" W 21⅝" D
Product Weight
19 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Bar Height

Bar Height

  • Height (in): 42
  • Width (in): 18⅛
  • Depth (in): 21⅝
  • Weight (lbs): 20
  • Seat Height (in): 29
Counter Height

Counter Height

  • Height (in): 38
  • Width (in): 18⅛
  • Depth (in): 21⅝
  • Weight (lbs): 19
  • Seat Height (in): 25
Marcel Breuer

Marcel Breuer

Sparked by bicycle handlebars, Marcel Breuer’s tubular steel chairs were a daring departure from traditional wood furniture and major icons of the International Style in early 20th Century. “Mass production,” Breuer said, “made me interested in polished metal, in shiny and impeccable lines in space, as new components of our interiors.”

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