Bat Dining Chair Conic Base (Un-upholstered)

Bat Dining Chair Conic Base (Un-upholstered)

The Bat Dining Chair is created with a Scandinavian approach to crafts, simplicity and functionalism by Danish-Italian design-duo GamFratesi. The embracing shell with armrests embodies both aesthetics and comfort while carrying strong references to the exciting and distinctive shape of a bat's wingspan.

Dimensions 61cm W x 57cm D x 43.5cm Seat Height x 83cm Back Height

Materials Plastic Polypropylene Shell, available in a range of colours and leg options, please see tear-sheet in downloads

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GamFratesi Studio was established in 2006 by the Danish architect Stine Gam (born 1975) and the Italian architect Enrico Fratesi (born 1978). GamFratesi belongs to the latest generation of furniture architects and together they represent a new interpretation of the meeting between Danish and international design traditions. 

“Our work is balancing between the traditional and surprising. Often it takes just a small detail to achieve or break an expression, and we are very curious about that.”

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