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B10 Side table and B22 Console

Marcel Breuer, 1928

The long, shallow B10 and B22 consoles and side tables are ideal for putting things down – and finding them quickly. They are also very decorative, whether in an apartment or an office.

Today, their refined aesthetic is familiar to us, but they marked a real aesthetic break when they were created at the end of the 1920s. Marcel Breuer wanted to free himself from the overloaded style of furnishing that prevailed at the time. After some initial experiments with tubular steel, a fairly new material at the time, he designed a series of small tables, including the B10 and B22 side tables.

B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928

B22 Console

Dimensions 85 x 39 x H75 cm 

B22 Console
B22 Console

White beech (smooth surface)

White ash (visible wood grain)

B22 Console
B22 Console

Black beech (smooth surface)

Black ash (visible wood grain)

B10 & B10/1 Side table

Dimensions 130 x 39 x H50 cm 

B10 Side table

 B10 – White beech (smooth surface)

 B10 – White ash (visible wood grain)

B10/1 Side table

 B10/1 –  White beech (smooth surface)

 B10/1 – White ash (visible wood grain)

B10 Side table

 B10 – Black beech (smooth surface)

 B10 – Black ash (visible wood grain)

B10/1 Side table

 B10/1 –  Black beech (smooth surface)

 B10/1 – Black ash (visible wood grain)

ThonetClip 

ThonetClip allows you to hide bulky electrical cables discreetly and elegantly. The black magnetic clip can be attached anywhere on the tubular steel and remains hidden behind the furniture, regardless of its arrangement in the room. The cable is very simply fixed in the channel provided for this purpose.

Thonet clip

Set of 3 Thonetclip

Glides

Black felt glides

Transparent felt glides

Black plastic glides

Transparent plastic glides

B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928
B10 Side table and B22 Shelf Marcel Breuer, 1928

Marcel Breuer

Marcel Breuer

Marcel Breuer was born in 1902 in PĂ©cs, Hungary. He began studying art, but chose to study at the Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar from 1920 to 1924. From 1925 to 1928, Breuer was head of the carpentry workshop at the Bauhaus, which had meanwhile moved to Dessau. During this period, he was strongly influenced by Constructivism and De Stijl, and developed a number of pieces of furniture in tubular steel that became all the rage. In 1928, Breuer moved to Berlin and concentrated on interior design. In 1931, he travelled extensively before starting work on several pieces of aluminium furniture in Switzerland in 1932. In 1935, Breuer moved to London, where he worked as an architect. In 1937, he was awarded a chair in architecture at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he later opened an architectural practice with Walter Gropius. Breuer opened his own studio in New York in 1946 and completed numerous projects in Europe and the United States. He is considered one of the most important architects and designers of modernism. Marcel Breuer died on 1 July 1981 in New York.