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Pecs, Hungary, 1902-New York, 1981) American architect and designer, of Hungarian origin. After a short stay in Vienna, when he was eighteen, he went to Germany to study at the Bauhaus in Weimar. Five years later, he designed the first steel tube chair, and shortly thereafter agreed to teach at the prestigious German school founded by Walter Gropius. When Hitler reached the presidency of the Republic, he emigrated to the United Kingdom and from there to the United States, where he developed the most creative and original aspect of his career. In 1937 he began his career as an architect, and until 1941 he collaborated with Gropius, who had been his teacher at the Bauhaus and worked as an architecture professor at Harvard University. Between 1953 and 1958 he built the Unesco building in Paris, in collaboration with Nervi and Zehrfuss, and the Center for Dramatic Art at Sarah Lawrence College.
FOR ANOTHER FINISHMENT CONTACT email@example.com Product Information:- High-quality designer chair - Made in Italy- Design inspired by the famous Cesca chair - Inspired by the original design of Marcel Breuer- Available with armrests- For additional finish options contact firstname.lastname@example.orgDimensions: Width: 47 cm Seat Depth: 56 cm Height: 80 cm Seat...In Stock
Description: The Laccio Breuer table is inspired by the famous design of Marcel Laccio Breurer. This beautiful design is the result of years of experimenting with steel. It is characterized by its chromed steel structure and laminated top available in black or white. Its refined structure and delicate aesthetic lines are sure to bring elegance to your...In Stock