Berlin bentwood chair with upholstered seat is the elegant bentwood classic after Thonet 209 Chair. Due to its aesthetic reduction in combination with the organic form, it almost looks like a sculpture. That model was most popular among architects at the beginning of the last century. Le Corbusier was fascinated with it and used it in many of his buildings, for example, the Weissenhof Estate in Stuttgart in 1927. According to him "this chair has nobility."
It's a lightweight, comfortable armchair with a low backrest—with perfection. Berlin armchair will transform any living space. Seat upholstered in grey wool. Made in Europe.