Contemporary chair BICAchair DELIGHT
velvetmetal basecontract

contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Material
velvet
Base material
metal base
Market
contract, for hotel, for restaurants, for bar
Options
upholstered, stackable, customizable
Color
blue, red, beige, yellow
Armrest
with armrests

Description

A New Chair with 60 years of History Created in the mid-1950s, the Portuguese chair is a national cultural symbol. Known on every terrace in the country, it is now reborn and ready for indoor spaces with BICAchair displaying collections with various styles and personalities. The DELIGHT Collection thrives on contrasts and emotions. The chromatic contrast that no one is indifferent to, the soft and cozy touch of velvet on a cold metallic structure. What once belonged to the idyllic image of an esplanade, now inside your home. A bet on vibrant colors and luxurious fabrics, that intends to impose a visual stimulus, which keeps us sharp and predisposed to our more creative side. A concept that has an impact on any space, where the touch of the velvets takes us to an almost relaxing softness. Sometimes, what we do not see is just as important as what we have in plain sight. The Delight collection is closely linked to patronage regarding inspiration. And this, being such a dear cause to us, we have decided to support the NATIONAL CONSERVATORY MUSIC SCHOOL by donating part of the collection sales revenue, to help promote cultural activities. - Lifetime warranty on the structure - Metal Structure - Akzo-Nobel 100% Polyester - High-Density Foam - Velvet
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.