The Wassily Chair is one of the great chairs of interior design. Designed originally at the Bauhaus in 1925 by Marcel Breuer, this chair was an is a totally innovative, very different way of being seated. The model was initially called the Model B3 chair but adopted the name Wassily sort of after the Russian expressionist painter, Wassily Kandinsky: sort of because Wassily didn’t create it, but was working in the Bauhaus at the time, admired the design and requested his own Model b3 chair for his quarters. The chair is one of the great furniture pieces coming out of the Bauhaus and the early 20th century when furniture was really starting to become experimental. This chair works in so many different environments and lots of different types of styles.