The De La Warr Pavilion is a piece of furniture that can best represent contemporary design while still remaining true to the aesthetic of the iconic 1930s building. The design team, BarberOsgerby, were influenced by the modernist architecture when creating this elegant and extremely functional chair. The skid leg was developed as a response to dining chars that are viewed from the back. The clean lines on this Established & Sons chair can add a contemporary flair for spaces indoors as well as some light outdoor use. These chairs are cast out of apressed aluminum with a fixed non-removable upholstered seat option for indoors-only use. The frame comes in white, red, black, and light green.
De la warr pavilion chair. Barberosgerby.
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