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Thonet presents new chair for fine dining

Thonet has introduced the new model 118 Fine Dining (118 FV), enriching the successful collection, born with the first chair called 'Offenbach chair'.

Designer Sebastian Herkner conceived this model as a complement to be placed in private dining rooms and high-end restaurants. This Thonet novelty ‒ made of beech wood ‒ is available in different colours and versions, with an upholstered seat or in classic woven cane, or as a monochromatic stained model with a shaped seat.

The 118, designed by Sebastian Herkner and then developed into a complete collection, draws inspiration from the DNA of the German company with a long tradition. Like Michael Thonet in the mid-19th century, Herkner also aims to minimise the number of components of the chair, without neglecting a clean line and refined details.

The legs, rounded at the back and slightly chamfered at the front, echo the trapezoidal shape typical of Thonet models. The inclination of the backrest perfectly adapts to the seat. The new proposal 118 FV is a comfortable and inviting armchair and represents the completion of this collection. Even more generous and comfortable than the other versions thanks to the larger seat and the even more inclined backrest, it was designed by Herkner for fine dining: placed in private dining rooms and, in particular, in high-end catering, the new beech armchair allows you to remain comfortably seated even during meals with numerous courses.

The front legs are positioned on the outside, like in the lounge armchair 119. The longer and more forward-positioned armrests compared to the 118 F model pleasantly surround the seated person, helping them to rise.

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