Just like in the glittering world of Hollywood and the ever-changing realms of fashion, even furniture and décor have their eternal stars that have gone on to becoming defining images of style and substance. For those who are ardent followers of interior design the Wassily chair needs absolutely no introduction. The iconic and highly sought after chair was first designed by architect, Bauhaus instructor and creative designer Marcel Breuer.
Even those who do not really know the name of the chair or even anything regarding its history will most instantly recognize its form.
Here is a collection of wonderful interiors that feature this evergreen chair to create a unique and captivating atmosphere that has a wonderful blend of the contemporary and the classic. As you browse through the images, you will realize that the Wassily chair fits in perfectly with almost any theme that you have chosen for your home and offers a touch of regal majesty to any theme ranging from the traditional to the modern and even the minimalist!
by Randy Brown
by Fivedot Design Build
by Kore Residential
by Thomas Lawton Architect
History in the Making
by Capoferro Design Build Group
Whether you already own a Wassily chair or intend to buy one, the most interesting and intriguing part of this piece of furniture is the amount of history that it carries along with it and the many stories linked to it. Also known as the Model B3 chair, it was designed by Marcel Breuer while he was the head of the cabinet-making workshop at the Bauhaus in 1925-26.
The handles of Breuer’s Adler bicycle were the inspiration for the chair and though it was named ‘Wassily’ because one of the first admirers of the chair was renowned Russian abstract painter Wassily Kandinsky; it was not designed by Breuer initially for his use. Over the years the name Wassily chair stuck around and since the 1950s it has been in continuous production.
by Product Bureau LLC
by A Good Chick To Know
Bringing Modernity with Unassuming Charm
by ENDGRAIN Design-Build
The beauty of the Wassily chair lies in its ability to bring about a sense of modern design and a contemporary feel to any room that it graces without ever looking as if it is trying too hard. In a simpler sense, Breuer’s creation is way ahead of its time and the Wassily chair is a perfect epitome of modern minimalism at its captivating best. Its sleek form, ergonomic design and the inherent philosophy of ‘less is more’ is pretty much what has helped it stay relevant even after nearly 70 years.
by Birdseye Design
by Stoecker and Northway Architects
by Heather Merenda
by Vanni Archive
Sparkling Steel and Lavish Leather in Colors Galore
by Dumican Mosey Architects
The flowing tubular steel frame and the leather straps allow you to doubt if the Wassily chair was indeed design as far back as the 1920s. The chair comes in a multitude of colors which can be mixed and matched to create an interior of your choice. The compact nature of its design allows it to seamlessly fit in anywhere and create a conversation area that is both visually appealing and comfortable as well.
by a+b kasha designs
by Amitzi Architects
by Griffin Enright Architects
by Portal Design Inc
Elegant, effervescent, historically significant and always relevant, the Wassily chair is a vintage creation ideal for the smart modern home.