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Product Code: B003KV6BFY Rating: 4.5/5 stars List Price: $ 38.64 Discount: Save $ 10 Spe

Product Code: B003KV6BFY Rating: 4.5/5 stars List Price: $ 38.64 Discount: Save $ 10 Spe

Combining metal and leather, this chair brings modern design to ancient materials. Inspired by the graceful, curving form of a paperclip, the chair provides a poised presence in any space.

Combining metal and leather, this chair brings modern design to ancient materials. Inspired by the graceful, curving form of a paperclip, the chair provides a poised presence in any space.

diy butterfly chair cover

diy butterfly chair cover

..This is an original Hardoy frame.  ...it’s in the frame construction where there will be noticeable variations between an authentic Hardoy and similarly constructed chairs.

..This is an original Hardoy frame. ...it’s in the frame construction where there will be noticeable variations between an authentic Hardoy and similarly constructed chairs.

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Bolsa com capuz!

UO Lux Leather Butterfly Chair

UO Lux Leather Butterfly Chair

Estancia Butterfly Chair - $585.00

Estancia Butterfly Chair - $585.00

"Compared to Mexico and Brazil, modernism took root slowly in Argentina." Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy was an architect turned furniture designer. "In 1938, he designed a simple chair of canvas stretched over a wooden frame, known as the Hardoy chair. The frame was later made of metal...[it was] used indoors and out." "The Butterfly Chair," (shown) was a recreation of Hardoy's design, manufactured by Knoll and Artek. Source: Mark Hinchman, "History of Furniture: A Global View," pg. 553-554

"Compared to Mexico and Brazil, modernism took root slowly in Argentina." Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy was an architect turned furniture designer. "In 1938, he designed a simple chair of canvas stretched over a wooden frame, known as the Hardoy chair. The frame was later made of metal...[it was] used indoors and out." "The Butterfly Chair," (shown) was a recreation of Hardoy's design, manufactured by Knoll and Artek. Source: Mark Hinchman, "History of Furniture: A Global View," pg. 553-554

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