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Result Chair
Illustration drawings of a man sitting on the Result Chair

Born out of a 1958 collaboration between Dutch designers Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld, the Result Chair has stood the test of time in becoming an icon of classroom layouts around the globe. Discontinued after its initial appearance during the 60s and 70s, the Result Chair has since been brought back into production by HAY and has been popularized for its use in contemporary home interiors and commercial spaces in addition to its reappearance in educational facilities throughout the world. This practical and minimalist chair has a sheet steel frame that supports a molded plywood seat and back covered in a choice of lacquered or stained oak veneer.

The Result Chair has an overall height of 32.0” (81 cm), width of 18" (46 cm) and depth of 19.25” (49 cm). The seat height of the Result Chair is set at 18.25” (46 cm).

Drawings of the Result Chair dimensioned in plan and elevation
Designed by Dutch designers Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld (1958), the Result Chair has a sheet steel frame that supports a molded plywood seat and back covered in lacquered or stained oak veneer. The Result Chair has stood the test of time remaining an icon of classrooms around the globe.

The Result Chair has an overall height of 32.0” (81 cm), width of 18" (46 cm) and depth of 19.25” (49 cm). The seat height of the Result Chair is set at 18.25” (46 cm).

Drawings of the Result Chair dimensioned in plan and elevation
Result Chair
Height:
32.0” | 81 cm
Width:
18.0” | 46 cm
Length:
Depth:
19.25” | 49 cm
Seat Height
18.25” | 46 cm
Weight:
Area:


Materials
Sheet steel frame; molded plywood seat and back
Designer
Friso Kramer & Wim Rietveld
Year
1958

Drawings include:
Result Chair side elevation, side (person), front, back, plan

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Marais A Chair
Illustration of a man sitting in a Marais A Chair in side profile showing the scale of the chair

The Marais A Chair is a galvanized steel cafe chair that celebrates industrial materials, processes, and craft. Designed and tooled by French metalworker Xavier Pauchard in 1934, the Marais A Chair continues to prove itself to be durable and attractive for a range of uses in cafes, restaurants, and homes. The chair is built with galvanized steel and is often powder-coated with various paint finishes.

The Marais A Chair has a back height of 33.5” (85.1 cm) and a seat height of 17.5” (44.5 cm). The seat width is 17.5” (44.5 cm) and has a depth of 20.3” (51.6 cm).

Dimensioned drawings of the side, front and plan views of the Marais A Chair by Xavier Pauchard
The Marais A Chair is a galvanized steel cafe chair that celebrates industrial materials, processes, and craft. Designed and tooled by French metalworker Xavier Pauchard in 1934, the Marais A Chair continues to prove to be durable and attractive for a range of uses in cafes, restaurants, and homes.

The Marais A Chair has a back height of 33.5” (85.1 cm) and a seat height of 17.5” (44.5 cm). The seat width is 17.5” (44.5 cm) and has a depth of 20.3” (51.6 cm).

Dimensioned drawings of the side, front and plan views of the Marais A Chair by Xavier Pauchard
Marais A Chair
Height:
33.5” | 85 cm
Width:
17.5” | 45 cm
Length:
Depth:
20.3” | 52 cm
Seat Height
17.5” | 45 cm
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Powder-coated galvanized steel
Designer
Xavier Pauchard
Year
1934

Drawings include:
Marais A Chair side elevation, side (man sitting), front, back, plan

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Eames Wire Base Side Chair
Illustration of the Eames Wire Base Side Chair with a woman sitting cross legged in side profile

The Eames Wire Base Side Chair is an iconic midcentury chair comprised of a plastic or fiberglass molded seat that sits on a steel base. Originally designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1948 with refinements in the years after, the Eames Wire Base Side Chair is shaped with a deep seat pocket and waterfall edge profile to reduce pressure. The inclusion of the wire base legs often earn the chair the nickname of the Eiffel Chair because of similarities with the Eiffel Tower.

The Eames Wire Base Side Chair has a back height of 31.5” (80 cm), seat height of 17.5” (44.5 cm), width of 18” (45.7 cm), and depth of 21.5” (54.6 cm).

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Eames Wire Base Side Chair with measurements for side, front, back and plan views
The Eames Wire Base Side Chair is an iconic midcentury chair comprised of a plastic or fiberglass molded seat that sits on a steel base. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames, the Eames Wire Base Side Chair is shaped with a deep seat pocket and waterfall edge profile to reduce pressure.

The Eames Wire Base Side Chair has a back height of 31.5” (80 cm), seat height of 17.5” (44.5 cm), width of 18” (45.7 cm), and depth of 21.5” (54.6 cm).

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Eames Wire Base Side Chair with measurements for side, front, back and plan views
Eames Wire Base Side Chair
Height:
31.5” | 80 cm
Width:
18.0” | 46 cm
Length:
Depth:
21.5” | 55 cm
Seat Height
17.5” | 45 cm
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Injection-molded polypropylene, fiberglass-reinforced plastic seat; chrome-plated steel legs
Designer
Charles & Ray Eames
Year
1948

Drawings include:
Eames Wire Base Side Chair side elevation, side (woman sitting), front, back, plan

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Cesca Side Chair
Illustration of a woman sitting in the Cesca Side Chair for scale

Introduced by designer Marcel Breuer in 1928 and manufactured by Knoll, the Cesca Side Chair was one of the earliest bent tubular steel chair designs and the first to formally make its way into mass production. This side chair revolutionized the industrial age aesthetic of its time by balancing out the sleek, chrome plated finish tubular steel frame with a lightweight hardwood beech and cane woven seat. Found in homes and restaurants worldwide, the original Cesca Side Chair is a part of MoMA’s permanent collection, highlighted as one of the ten most important chairs of the 20th century.

The Cesca Side Chair has an overall height of 31.5” (80 cm), width of 18.5" (47 cm), and depth of 23.5” (60 cm). The seat height of the Cesca Side Chair is set at 17.75” (45 cm).

Dimensioned drawings of the Cesca Side Chair measuring height, width and depth
Introduced by Marcel Breuer in 1928, the Cesca Side Chair was one of the earliest bent tubular steel chair designs and the first to formally make its way into mass production. This Cesca side chair revolutionized the industrial age aesthetic of its time by combining a steel frame and woven seat.

The Cesca Side Chair has an overall height of 31.5” (80 cm), width of 18.5" (47 cm), and depth of 23.5” (60 cm). The seat height of the Cesca Side Chair is set at 17.75” (45 cm).

Dimensioned drawings of the Cesca Side Chair measuring height, width and depth
Cesca Side Chair
Height:
31.5” | 80 cm
Width:
18.5” | 47 cm
Length:
Depth:
23.5” | 60 cm
Seat Height
17.75” | 45 cm
Weight:
Area:


Materials
Chrome-plated steel frame; molded plywood with cushion or hardwood beech cane
Designer
Marcel Breuer
Year
1928

Drawings include:
Cesca Side Chair side elevation, side (person), front, back, plan

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Prouvé Standard Chair
Scaled drawing of the Prouvé Standard Chair with a woman sitting for scale

Conceived by famed French designer Jean Prouvé in 1934 and produced by Vitra, the Prouvé Standard Chair is one of the most iconic chair designs of the 20th century. Deeply informed by his engineering background and collaborations with leading designers of his day like Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé’s precise craftsmanship is evidenced in the Prouvé Standard Chair’s fabrication. The chair has a combination molded sheet steel and tubular steel frame that supports its finely shaped wooden seat and back. Available in a selection of stained wood and color combinations, this highly utilitarian chair is well suited for commercial and residential uses alike.

The Prouvé Standard Chair has an overall height of 32.0” (81 cm), width of 16.5" (42 cm), and depth of 20.0” (51 cm). The seat height of the Prouvé Standard Chair is set at 17.75” (45 cm).

Plan and elevation drawings of the Prouvé Standard Chair with dimensions
Conceived by French designer Jean Prouvé in 1934 and produced by Vitra, the Prouvé Standard Chair is one of the most iconic chair designs of the 20th century. The Prouvé Standard Chair has a combination molded sheet steel and tubular steel frame that supports its finely shaped wooden seat and back.

The Prouvé Standard Chair has an overall height of 32.0” (81 cm), width of 16.5" (42 cm), and depth of 20.0” (51 cm). The seat height of the Prouvé Standard Chair is set at 17.75” (45 cm).

Plan and elevation drawings of the Prouvé Standard Chair with dimensions
Prouvé Standard Chair
Height:
32.0” | 81 cm
Width:
16.5” | 42 cm
Length:
Depth:
20.0” | 51 cm
Seat Height
17.75” | 45 cm
Weight:
Area:


Materials
Molded sheet steel and stele frame; seat and back (oak, black walnut, ASA plastic)
Designer
Jean Prouvé
Year
1934

Drawings include:
Prouvé Standard Chair side elevation, side (person), front, back, plan

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