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This product is available in the following variants:

Brasilia - 23% linen, 20% cotton, 20% wool, 19% polyamide, 11% silk, 7% bamboo

Paris Texas - 63% cotton, 37% linen

Sierra - 100% linen

Antwerp - 100% linen

Denim - 100% washed linen

Ray - 100% washed linen

Lama - 65% wool, 20% nylon, 15% alpaca

Fabric group D

Tartan - 100% wool


Fabric group F (leather)

Ranchero - cow hide, pure aniline, aniline dyed, 0.9-1.4mm


LengthWidth / DepthHeight
740 MM (29 1/8 INCH)810 MM (31 7/8 INCH)775 MM (30 1/2 INCH)

Technical Drawings


  • Ideally complemented by sofa WESTHAUSEN
  • Newly equipped with superior wave springs to ensure ample seating comfort
  • Available with solid oak or walnut legs
  • Delivered as one piece


Surcharge USA and UK due to special fire-resistant upholstery, foams and fillings.

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Lounge chair
Design: Ferdinand Kramer, 1926

Designed in 1926 for the Hausrat GmbH, the armchair WEISSENHOF is an unmistakable example of Ferdinand Kramer's visionary and concise design ability. With its clear and confident lines, the upholstered armchair is generously proportioned with a wide, deep seat. In 1927, Ferdinand Kramer was commissioned to plan two interiors of the legendary "Weissenhofsiedlung" and specified the armchair WEISSENHOF for one of the apartments designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in the internationally significant Werkbund exhibition, "Die Wohnung". Newly equipped with superior wave springs, WEISSENHOF is ideally suited for residential and contract use. Available with solid oak or walnut legs.

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