The armchair Kubus by Josef Hoffmann keeps what the name promises and that in two respects. It consists of many squares, both in terms of construction and in terms of the design of the surface. In addition, the cube with its pure geometric form was a kind of harbinger of cubism. The armchair by Josef Hoffmann was designed in 1910 and still stands today as a replica in numerous business and residential premises.
Originally the Kubus was a club armchair. Together with the two-seater and three-seater sofa of the series, it creates a cozy seating area with a sophisticated and upscale look. The basic frame of the armchair is made of wood. The dimensionally stable upholstery is covered with leather and has been visually shaped into squares using a special sewing technique.
Dimension: Width 93 cm, depth 72 cm, height 77 cm. CBM: 0,70.