The great classic. The item that is absolutely the most famous and most sold in the history of furniture. Designed by Michael Thonet in 1860, the No. 14 chair immediately became known as the bistro chair. Minimalist both in the chosen material and the fact that just six elements go into forming the entire item, the No. 14 is the result of almost twenty years of research. Simple, versatile and ever contemporary, it is considered the first true example of industrial design. The structure is formed from carefully steam-bent solid beech wood. The backrest and back legs are formed out of a single piece of wood. Various different seats are available. Designed in 1860. Handmade in Italy.
16"L x 19"D x 35.5"H
Seat Height: 18"
Bent Beech-Wood Stained Frame: Dark Walnut, Wenge or Natural Beech Gloss.
Solid Beech-Wood Frame Lacquered: Black(RAL 9005) or Pure White(RAL 9010).
Upholstered Seat: various graded fabrics and leathers.
Also available in COM or COL.
Please inquire for the full list of fabrics and materials.