- Designer : Frank Lloyd Wright
- Year of Design : 1937
- Material : Cherrywood, polyurethane foam, polyester padding & upholstery
- H: 81cm; W: 54.5cm; D: 55.5cm
- Seat height: 50cm; Armrest height: 63cm
- Delivery: Made to order; 6 - 8 weeks
The Barrel Dining Chair was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the D. D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York in 1904. Wright revisited the tub chair in 1937, re-creating it with larger proportions for the Herbert F. Johnson residence to accommodate the expansive rooms and ceiling heights.
Like many other of Wright's furniture designs, Barrel features a back of linear lines providing a more intimate environment around the dining table. Its curved shape marks a departure from his previous work and is made from cherrywood, available in natural or with a black or walnut stain.
This design classic, from Cassina, includes a flared backrest, squared armrests and a double sided circular seat. The seat pad is made with a plastic material, polyurethane foam and polyester padding, and is upholstered in various fabrics and leathers in various colours.
Fabric and leather samples are available on request. Please call us on 0151 708 4192 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Akira - 64% cotton; 19% viscose; 10% linen; 7% nylon
Canvas - 100% cotton
Charlot - 100% wool
Lempicka - 100% trevira
Panama - 100% polyester
Vizir - 70% viscose; 30% cotton
The Barrel Dining Chair is part of the the "Cassina Maestri" collection. These are certified original designs, each of which is marked with the signature of the designer and the Cassina Maestri logo, together with the production number and identity card.