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Bauhaus Club Chairs

BAUHAUS STYLE

The Bauhaus was a progressive German art and design school founded by the architect Walter Gropius that operated from 1919 to 1933. Authentic Bauhaus furnituresofas, dining chairs, tables and more — and the school’s followers married industrial and natural materials in simple, geometric forms. The goal of the Bauhaus was to erase the distinction between art and craft while embracing the use of new technologies and materials.

ORIGINS OF BAUHAUS FURNITURE DESIGN

CHARACTERISTICS OF BAUHAUS FURNITURE DESIGN

  • Emphasis on craft
  • Simplicity, order, clarity and a prioritization of functionalism
  • Incorporation of geometric shapes
  • Minimalist and refined, little to no ornamentation
  • Use of industrial materials such as tubular chrome, steel and plastic as well as leather, cane and molded plywood in furniture and other products

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AUTHENTIC BAUHAUS FURNITURE ON 1STDIBS

The name Bauhaus is derived from the German verb bauen, “to build.” Under the school’s innovative curriculum, students were taught the fine arts, such as painting and sculpture, as well as practical skills like carpentry and metalworking. 

The school moved from Weimar in 1925 to the city of Dessau, where it enjoyed its heyday under Gropius, then Hannes Meyer and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The period from 1932 to 1933 when it operated in Berlin under Mies was its final chapter. Despite its brief existence, the Bauhaus has had an enduring impact on art and design in the United States and elsewhere, and is regarded by many as the 20th century’s chief crucible of modernism

The faculty roster at the Bauhaus reads like a who’s who of modernist creative genius — it included such artists as Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky and László Moholy-Nagy along with architects and designers like Mies and Marcel Breuer, who became known for his muscular brutalist-style concrete buildings in the postwar years. In 1925, while he was head of the Bauhaus carpentry workshop, Breuer gave form to his signature innovation: the use of lightweight tubular-steel frames for chairs, side tables and sofas — a technique soon adopted by Mies and others. Breuer’s Cesca chair was the first-ever tubular steel frame chair with a caned seat to be mass produced, while the inspiration for his legendary Wassily chair, a timeless design and part of the collection crafted to furnish the Dessau school, was the bike he rode around campus.

Bauhaus design style reflects the tenets by which these creators worked: simplicity, clarity and function. They disdained superfluous ornament in favor of precise construction. Seating pieces such as side chairs, armchairs or club chairs for example, were made with tubular metal or molded plywood frames, and upholstery was made from leather or cane. Above all, designs in the Bauhaus style offer aesthetic flexibility. They can be the elements of a wholly spare, minimalist space, the quiet foundation of an environment in which color and pattern come from one’s own collection of art and artifacts.

Today, from textiles to typefaces, architecture, furniture and decorative objects for the home, Bauhaus creations continue to have an outsize influence on modern design.

Find a collection of authentic Bauhaus furniture on 1stDibs.

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Style: Bauhaus
Pair of 'LC2' Leather Club Chairs by Le Corbusier for Cassina, c 1990s, Signed
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This incredibly comfortable pair of Le Corbusier for Cassina 'LC2' club chairs (authentic signed examples, see pics) in gorgeous thick Italian black leather are in beautiful vintage ...
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1990s Italian Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Chrome

Early Year Grey Leather 'LC3' Club Chairs by Le Corbusier for Cassina, Signed
Located in Los Angeles, CA
An incredible pair of early production year (ideal for collectors) 'LC3' club chairs in grey leather, by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand for Cassina, circa 1970...
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1970s Italian Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Chrome

Blue Bauhaus Steelpipe Armchair with rotatable Seat (Amsterdam, 1930)
Located in Wien, AT
Objekt: Fauteuil (Barber/Zahnarzt-Stuhl) Entwurf: unbekannt, Amsterdam um 1930 Modell-Nummer: - Ausführung: unbekannte Kunstmöbeltischlerei, Amsterdam um 1930 Maße in cm (H x B x T):...
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1930s Dutch Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Steel, Chrome

Unique Armchair Thonet B 1045, since 1938
Located in Praha, CZ
It is unique, the only known piece, made to order for a special customer. This unique armchair has never been shown in a regular sales catalog. Documents about the armchair were kept only in the in-house archive of the Thonet company. Thonet B...
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Early 20th Century Czech Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Beech, Bentwood

Transat Chair With Black Leather, Design Eileen Gray 1927, France ca. 1975
Located in Lichtenberg, AT
Rare and valuable 19th century reproduction of the famous "Transat Chair" designed by none other than world renowed Irish designer Eileen Gray (1878 - 1976). There were only 12(!) or...
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Late 20th Century French Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Brass, Nickel

In a Style Marcel Breuer Chair Model Cesca
Located in bari, IT
Chair in the style model Cesca S64 by Marcel Breuer from 1960s in wood and oven skin.
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1960s Italian Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Animal Skin, Walnut

Italian Rationalist Adjustable Wooden Lounge Chair, Italy 1940s
Located in Milan, IT
Italian Rationalist adjustable wooden lounge chair, Italy 1940s Measurements when opened 125 x 66 x H 70 cm.
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1940s Italian Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Upholstery, Oak

Contemporary, Bauhaus Inspired Armchair
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A contemporary, Bauhaus inspired armchair. Solid teak seat with grey wire brushed finish to expose the grain. Powder-coated dark grey solid steel base. Indoor chair.
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2010s Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Teak

Anton Lorenz Tubular Steel Cantilever Club Chair KS 41 for Thonet, circa 1935
Located in Berlin, DE
Anton Lorenz chrome-plated tubular steel cantilever armchair model KS 41, manufactured by Thonet AG Frankenberg, circa 1935. The armchair was partially restored, the general vintage...
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1930s German Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Chrome, Steel

Marcel Breuer Wassily Brown Leather and Chrome Lounge Chair by Knoll
Located in Clifton Springs, NY
This is earlier Knolls version of the iconic Wassily Lounge Chair by Marcel Breuer. Stitching is solid through and through. Leather has a few worn out spots consistent with age of t...
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1970s American Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Steel, Chrome

Pair of 'LC2' Leather Club Chairs by Le Corbusier for Cassina, c 1970s, Signed
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This incredibly comfortable pair of early year production examples of the Le Corbusier for Cassina 'LC2' club chairs (authentic signed examples, see pics) in its original gorgeous th...
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1970s Italian Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Chrome

Bauhaus Wassily Chair ("B3") from Marcel Breuer, by Gavina (Italy, 1970)
Located in Wien, AT
Objekt: Stahlrohr Klubsessel Entwurf: Marcel Breuer, Bauhaus Dessau um 1925 für Thonet Modell-Nummer: B3, "Wassily Chair" Ausführung: unbekannt, um 1970 Maße in cm (H x B x T): 74,5 ...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Steel, Chrome

3 Armchairs mod. LC 1 1970s Le Corbusier - Cassina -Made in ITALY
Located in Milano, IT
The 3 armchairs model LC1 by Le Curbusier is reproduced by Cassina in Italy, in the 1980s, are in perfect condition and there is the possibility to buy 1 at € 1,200.00 , 2 at € 2,20...
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1970s Italian Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Steel

Pair of Art Deco Style Bauhaus Club Chairs by ószef Peresztegi Stamped 1961
Located in Surrey, GB
A pair of Bauhaus club chairs by Hungarian designer József Peresztegi stamped 1961. Original upholstery, in very good condition.
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Mid-20th Century Hungarian Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Chrome

DOOQ Bauhaus inspired Armchair L'Unité with Brass Feet, Papaye Cotton Velvet
By DOOQ
Located in Lisbon, PT
L’Unité armchair is proportional and sculptural, perfectly made to the human scale. It gathers strong upholstered shapes lightly supported on elegant stands. A piece that excites the...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Brass

Corbusier Style LC-2 Cube Chairs Made with Water Pipe and Plumbing Elbows 2017
Located in Camden, ME
A pair of lounge chairs based on Perriand, Le Corbusier & Jeanneret iconic 1928 "Gran Confort" LC-2. They are parodies of the original chair designs executed with water pipe and elbows resembling in their framing Mart Stam's earliest pipe frame chair from 1927.. (The Stam chair is shown in Stuhle Aus Stahl Metallmobel 1925-1940 by Jan van Geest and Otakar Macel published in 1980. p. 112) Less than 100 examples of these.lounge chairs were manufactured in China in 2017. Both chairs are labeled Dimensions...
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21st Century and Contemporary Chinese Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Iron

Le Corbusier LC2 Leather and Chrome Chairs, a Pair
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Pair of Authentic club chairs model LC2 in chrome designed by Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand and produced by Cassina. Black leather. Stamped. Some patina on leather.
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1980s Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Chrome

Early Production 'LC3' Lounge Chairs by Le Corbusier for Cassina, Signed
Located in Miami, FL
Designed by Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret and Le Corbusier Grand Modèle LC3 pair of club chairs by Cassina Original design France 1928 / Italy c. 1...
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1970s Italian Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Steel

DOOQ Bauhaus Inspired Armchair L'Unité with Brass Feet, Green Cotton Velvet
By DOOQ
Located in Lisbon, PT
L’Unité armchair is proportional and sculptural, perfectly made to the human scale. It gathers strong upholstered shapes lightly supported on elegant stand...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Brass

DOOQ Bauhaus Inspired Armchair L'Unité with Brass Feet, Beige Cotton Velvet
By DOOQ
Located in Lisbon, PT
L’Unité armchair is proportional and sculptural, perfectly made to the human scale. It gathers strong upholstered shapes lightly supported on elegant stands. A piece that excites the...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Brass

DOOQ Bauhaus inspired Armchair L'Unité with Brass Feet, Blue Cotton Velvet
By DOOQ
Located in Lisbon, PT
L’Unité armchair is proportional and sculptural, perfectly made to the human scale. It gathers strong upholstered shapes lightly supported on elegant stands. A piece that excites the...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Brass

Mies van der Rohe Krefeld Leather Club Chair for Knoll International
Located in Miami, FL
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe gray/stone leather Krefeld club chair for Knoll International, circa 1990s. While planning the Esters and Lange residences in Krefeld, Germany, modernist architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe conceived a restrained, emblematic lounge chair, ottoman and companion table...
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1990s Italian Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Leather, Wood

Bauhaus Armchairs by Mucke Melder, circa 1930s
Located in Gloucester, GB
Bauhaus armchairs by Mucke Melder, circa 1930s. - Price is for the pair - Sprung seats and back rest - Chrome-plated tubular steel cantilever frames - New red velvet upholstery...
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1930s Czech Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Steel

Bauhaus, Tubular Steel Cantilever Chairs Pair, Mauser Werke, Germany, circa 1932
Located in Berlin, DE
This innovative tubular steel cantilever chair model RS 7, made from a single continuous line, creates in comparison with the classical one, a 'Double-Freischwinger'. Presented in t...
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1930s German Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Steel

Thonet 1930s Cantilever Armchair in the Style of Erich Dieckmann, Gilbert Rhode
Located in London, GB
Attributed to Thonet, Bauhaus 1930s tubular steel cantilever armchair in the style of Erich Dieckmann or Gilbert Rhode.
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Mid-20th Century European Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Steel

Marcel Breuer Bauhaus Club Armchair B3, 1927 Made by Standart Möbel
Located in Berlin, DE
Club armchair, 1927. Model B3. Designer: Marcel Breuer, Manufactured by Standart-Möbel. First series production. Upholstered with black, renewed Eisengarn ( iron yarn ). Very rare. V...
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Early 20th Century German Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Steel

Pair of Bauhaus Steel and Wood Club Chairs
Located in Troy, MI
Pair of Bauhaus armchairs have a curvy polished steel frame, wood accented arm rests and have been recently upholstered in blue chenille, circa 1930s. Unknown maker. Measure: Seats a...
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Early 20th Century German Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Stainless Steel

Pair of 'LC2' Black Leather Club Chairs by Le Corbusier for Cassina, Signed
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This incredibly comfortable pair of Le Corbusier for Cassina 'LC2' club chairs (authentic signed examples (see pics)) in gorgeous thick Italian black leather are in beautiful vintage...
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Early 2000s Italian Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Chrome

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Located in San Gabriel, CA
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1980s Taiwanese Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Located in Princeton Junction, NJ
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1940s Italian Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Located in Conversano, IT
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1920s Italian Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Coppia poltrone Bibendum di Eileen Gray 80's
Coppia poltrone Bibendum di Eileen Gray 80's
H 29.53 in W 39.38 in D 31.89 in
Bauhaus Armchair Chrome
Located in Ludwigslust, DE
A Bauhaus chair in great condition and an impressive design. The wide, solid chrome frame gives the armchair an imposing appearance. The high-quality black leather is in perfect cond...
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1920s German Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Leather

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H 30.71 in W 26.38 in D 35.44 in
Early Year 'LC2' Bouclé Club Chairs by Le Corbusier for Cassina, c 1969, Signed
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This incredibly comfortable pair of Le Corbusier for Cassina 'LC2' club chairs (authentic signed and earlier year production examples) in gorgeous newly reupholstered nubby white bou...
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1960s Italian Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Located in Los Angeles, CA
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Located in Portland, OR
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Located in Izegem, VWV
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Pair Le Corbusier LC8 Grand Confort Lounge Chairs Black Leather Chromed Steel
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A pair of lounge or club chairs by Le Corbusier, LC8 Grand Confort, in black leather upholstery and triple chrome-plated steel frames. Each chair is signed and in like new condition!...
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2010s Italian Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Early 'LC3' Club Chairs in Cognac Leather by Le Corbusier for Cassina, Signed
Located in Los Angeles, CA
An incredible earlier year set of LC3 club chairs in original cognac brown leather and chrome frames, by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Pe...
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1980s Italian Vintage Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Le Corbusier LC3 Grande Leather, Chrome, and Steel Lounge Chair
Located in Sacramento, CA
Le Corbusier LC3 Grande leather, chrome, and steel lounge chair. Originally designed in 1928, this chair was manufactured in Italy in the 1980s. Marked "Made in Italy," but there is ...
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Late 20th Century Italian Bauhaus Club Chairs

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Bauhaus club chairs for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Bauhaus club chairs for sale on 1stDibs. Many of these items were first offered in the 21st Century and Contemporary, but contemporary artisans have continued to produce works inspired by this style. If you’re looking to add vintage club chairs created in this style to your space, the works available on 1stDibs include seating and other home furnishings, frequently crafted with metal, steel and other materials. If you’re shopping for used Bauhaus club chairs made in a specific country, there are Europe, Italy, and Germany pieces for sale on 1stDibs. While there are many designers and brands associated with original club chairs, popular names associated with this style include Le Corbusier, Cassina, DOOQ, and Pierre Jeanneret. It’s true that these talented designers have at times inspired knockoffs, but our experienced specialists have partnered with only top vetted sellers to offer authentic pieces that come with a buyer protection guarantee. Prices for club chairs differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $779 and tops out at $76,700 while the average work can sell for $3,950.

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