Harry Thaler’s Pressed Chair

My own photo’s’ of Harry Thaler’s Pressed Chair with Harry Thaler himself 😉

and some proof of Harry’s site that the chair can bear some weight…:

S35 by Breuer for Thonet

S35 by Marcel Breuer

This comfortable club chair was presented in 1930 at the Paris Grand Palais as a contribution by the Deutscher Werkbund. Together with Walter Gropius and Herbert Bayer, Marcel Breuer organized this premiere of contemporary German furniture production in France. With the S 35 he succeeded in integrating all of the functions of a tubular steel cantilever chair with the construction of a single uninterrupted line. The cantilever effect was thus doubled because the armrests, which flex independently from the seat, balance the swinging of the seat and backrest frame that projects towards the back. A matching footstool is available.
Frames chrome-plated tubular steel. Seat, backrest and footstool stretched with black full-grain butt leather or brown buffalo hide. Armrests in stained beech or oiled walnut.

Via Thonet

Orange Tolix H Stool by Xavier Pauchard

Orange Tolix H Stool by Xavier Pauchard

Orange Tolix H Stools by Xavier Pauchard

Orange Tolix H Stool by Xavier Pauchard

Via Tolix

This is post number 65 in an attempt to publish 100 Orange Chairs for Inauguration Day.

Orange Perforated Tolix H Stool by Chantal Andriot

Orange Perforated Tolix H Stool by Chantal Andriot

Orange Perforated Tolix H Stool by Chantal Andriot

Like explained in an earlier post, Chantal Andriot is the former CFO of Tolix who, together with some employees, bought the company and revived it.

To assist in the artistic direction, Chantal Andriot has chosen the designers Jean-François Dingjian et Eloi Chafaï alias Normal Studio. Their design questions industrial workmanship, freeing it from the past in order to valorise the workshop’s legendary know-how.

Via Tolix History

Via Arren Williams

This is post number 55 in an attempt to publish 100 Orange Chairs for Inauguration Day.

Ahrend, Friso Kramer and Ineke Hans

Ahrend 380 by Ineke Hans blue

Royal Ahrend

is a Dutch (office) furniture manufacturer for over 100 years.

In the fifties they became famous with Friso Kramer‘s Revolt Chair and now Ineke Hans designed a sequel, the 380 Chair.