A work from the early years of the Bauhaus, presumed lost for the past 80 years, has been recovered in 2004: the 'African Chair', created by Marcel Breuer and Gunta Stölzl. Made of painted wood with a colorful textile weave, this chair embodies the spirit of the early Bauhaus like no other object.
African Chair on Bauhaus Online
Oak and cherrywood
Painted in blue, different reds, yellow, gold;
adapted to the colour scheme of the fabric
Warp: strongly twisted hemp
Weft: hemp, wool, cotton. silk
179.4 x 65 x 67.1 (HxWxD)