Bruno Rey for Kusch & Co “Rey” chairs & matching dining table, 1970s, Set of 5

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Set of 4 stackable “Rey chairs” with matching round dining table.
Design by Rey Bruno for Kusch & Co, 1970s Switzerland.
The brown-colored grain of the wooden chair frame is still visible through the black lacquer layer.
Marked.

Measurements table: Diameter 120 cm, height 75 cm.
The table is fitted with rubber adjustable feet.

Bruno Rey, born 1935 in Brugg, completed an apprenticeship as a cabinet maker before he attended the interior work class of the Zurich School of Applied Arts with Willy Guhl. After journeyman’s years of travel at home and abroad as well as activities in architectural offices, he opened his own atelier in 1968. During this time, initial designs emerged for a new kind of wooden chair, which went into serial production in 1971 and as the “Rey Chair” became the most successful Swiss chair of all time.

Versatile and stable.
In modern or classic surroundings, this evergreen fits in any kind of interior. Discrete in wood or selfconfident in colour. Rey assures you comfor-table seating for light or heavyweights. A simple wooden chair known for its unequalled stability.

 

 

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