In the mid-1920s, Marcel Breuer designed the Model B3 chair at the Bauhaus, an arts and crafts school in Germany. Now, more than 80 years later, that chair - now known as the Wassily - is an icon of modern design. The use of tubular steel and sling panels was revolutionary at its time, and today, that construction is still as fresh an unexpected as it was then.
The Baxton Studio Wassily Leather Arm Chair is crafted from a stainless steel frame - which won't rust or chip - fully welded, sealed, and sanded, then polished to a high, chrome-like shine. Black leather panels adorn the arms, back, and seat. Plastic guards protect the chair and your floors from scratches. Whether placed in the living room or the home office, the Wassily is guaranteed to stand the test of time - it already has. Seat depth is 16 inches. Arm measures 2.75W x 23H inches.