An exceptionally well-preserved Seat 150 set consisting of 4 conference chairs, which are also used as dining room chairs. The gray fabric upholstery is in excellent condition, as are the metal feet. The chairs come in the rare equipment with armrests. Absolute collector's item.
Herbert Hirche is one of the most important designers at the Bauhaus and studied there from 1930-33 under Kandinsky and Mies van der Rohe. He designed the Seat 150 model for the Mauser works in Waldeck in 1973. Mauser is one of the best-known German furniture manufacturers who also specifically implemented Bauhaus designs.
Mauser Seat 150 set of 4 dining/conference chairs by Herbert Hirche
Width: 58 cm
Height: 80 cm
Depth: 61 cm
Seat height: 43 cm
Seat depth: 45 cm
Armrest height: 64 cm