The Armchair 33 is the version of the Armchair 30 with an upholstered back. A true design classic, the Armchair 30 has been around unchanged for over a century. A favourite of le Corbusier, he used the 30 in many of his projects.
A variety of wood finishes are available.
The TON company dates back to the mid-1800s when Michael Thonet patented a steam bending process for beechwood and the café bentwood chair was born. This was the first piece of furniture to be mass manufactured and exported around the world. In India the Irani cafés were famous for having adopted them not long after they were introduced. Many cafés still have the original pieces in use. Ton has survived 150+ years; through private and public ownership; through imperialism, fascism, communism, and capitalism, and still produce the chairs in the same factory they were originally produced in in the Czech Republic.