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modeled in 3ds max 2009, available in 3ds max, 3ds max Vray, c4d, fbx, maya,3ds and obj format ______________________________________________ Marcel Breuer Cesca Armchair
Marcel Breuer designed The Cesca Chair in 1928 with the interest of comfort in mind. Like his progressive Wassily Chair (1925) the Cesca Chair is constructed of tubular steel. He choose to use one continuous steel tube in a cantilever style, a style that many designers at the time were using, including Mart Stam and Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe. With comfort in mind he rounded the front edge of the seat so as not to cut into the sitter's legs. Breuer's version with a beech wood seat and back was nevertheless a good solution to the structural stiffness of a cantilever frame.
Material: Steel tubular structure, chromium-plated or lacquered. Seat and back in fabric or leather with natural or black beech edge. Tube ends welded and polished.
Dimensions: H 30 1/2' x D 22' x W 23 3/4' • Width: 60.3 cm • Depth: 55.8 cm • Height: 77 cm • Seat Height: 45 cm • Arm Height: 68.6