The design from 1910 is a testament to Josef Hoffmann's diverse work and design motifs.
The private client's brief was to design a large, comfortable armchair that would differ from previous models - but it was still to be a "typical" Hoffmann. The latter solved the task with aplomb. For the generous dimensions of the furniture pointed to the designer. But the seam strips that divided the seat and backrest gave the fauteuil a completely new touch - the "Quadratl-Hoffmann" showed that he could also do things differently. As the Club 1910, this representative piece is now celebrating a comeback at Wittmann.