MB Lounge Chair
Marcel Breuer for Knoll - 1928
Marcel Breuer’s 1929 MB Lounge is part of the architect’s extensive work using tubular steel, a revolutionary material in furniture construction at the time. In a contrast to the Wassily Chair—one of Breuer’s best-known designs from the Bauhaus—the MB Lounge features a seemingly continuous, free-floating frame, simultaneously reflecting a tensile strength and straightforward elegance. The chair combines an upholstered foam cushion supported by horizontal metal springs that provide slight movement to the back, along with natural oak armrests that have a clear lacquer finish.
Bent tubular steel with a polished chrome finish. Metal horizontal springs provide support for seat and back cushion. Solid wood natural oak arm rests. Designer signature and KnollStudio logo are stamped into the base of the frame. Continuous seat and back upholstered molded foam cushion attached to exposed metal frame with velcro straps. Available in textile or leather. Cushion can be removed from frame for easy cleaning.
23.5" W x 32" D x 30.5" H