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S35N Outdoor armchair
Marcel Breuer, 1929 

The outdoor version of Marcel Breuer's famous S35 armchair, light, supple and comfortable. Designed in 1929, the S35 stood in stark contrast to the heavy, inert style that prevailed at the time. Today, it fits in perfectly with our mobile and individual lifestyles. 

With the S35, Marcel Breuer succeeded in combining all the functions of a tubular steel cantilever chair in a single line that also includes the armrests. Breuer has achieved a double cantilever effect: the seat and armrests flex independently of each other.

S35N Outdoor armchair Marcel Breuer, 1929
S35N Outdoor armchair Marcel Breuer, 1929

The bending movement of the seat frame and cantilever backrest towards the rear is compensated for by the bending of the armrests. A matching footrest, also designed as cantilever furniture, is available for added comfort. 

S35N Outdoor armchair Marcel Breuer, 1929

Armchair 65 x 83 x H84 cm – Seat height 37 cm
Footrest 65 x 66 x H37 cm
Materials aluminium, synthetic fibre, oiled iroko


S35 black / black

S35 black / black

S35 Outdoor Footrest

S35 Outdoor Armchair

S35 White / White

S35 White / White

S35 Outdoor Armchair

S35 Outdoor Footrest

Customize your S35 Outdoor

S35 Outdoor Armchair

S35 Outdoor Armchair

S35 Outdoor Footrest

S35 Outdoor Footrest

Cushions

S35 Outdoor Armchair Cushion
S35 Outdoor Footrest Cushion

S35 Outdoor Armchair Cushion

S35 Outdoor Footrest Cushion

Cushion colours
Cushion colours
Cushion colours
Cushion colours
Cushion colours

Night blue

Anthracite

Petrol

Nature

Taupe

S35N Outdoor armchair Marcel Breuer, 1929
S35N Outdoor armchair Marcel Breuer, 1929
S35N Outdoor armchair Marcel Breuer, 1929
S35N Outdoor armchair Marcel Breuer, 1929

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.