Inspired by bicyle handlebars and his friend Wassily Kandisky, Marcel Breuer originally designed his Wassily Chair in 1925 with canvas belting. MoMA – which includes the chair in its permanent collection – quotes Breuer describing it as “my most extreme work . . . the least artistic, the most logical, the least ‘cozy’ and the most mechanical.” It is also, of course, the most recognizable and it’s believed to be the first bent tubular steel chair. Perhaps the modernist master was being a bit modest. While calling it “cozy” might goes a bit too far, the chair’s intuitive ergonomic structure makes it a very comfortable seat to sink into. Design Within Reach is the only place to get the canvas version – and, through September 30, it’s on sale. Check it out here.