Butterfly chair

Enhance your home decor with stylish butterfly chair ideas. Discover how to incorporate this iconic chair into your living room, bedroom, or outdoor space.
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The Butterfly Chair is a modern chair consisting of a self-supporting slung surface over a steel framework structure. Designed in 1938 by the trio of Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan, and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy, the Butterfly Chair is a simple and lightweight, collapsible and portable lounge chair. The Butterfly Chair has a width of 32.25” (82 cm), a depth of 30” (76 cm), a back height of 35.5” (90 cm), and a seat height of 12.5” (32 cm).

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Butterfly Chair by Santo & Jean Ya | From a unique collection of antique and modern armchairs at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/armchairs/ Art Deco, Antiques, Metal, Unique Chair, Chair, Antique And Modern, Chair Design, 1stdibs, Unique Furniture

Santo & Jean Ya is a French-Mexican creative design collaboration headquartered in New York City specializing in blending handmade, highly skilled traditional craftmanship with modernity. This fusión of the ancient and the contemporary is typically the hallmark of future design classics. The chairs frame is cast from one single piece without the use of soldering or joints. This is an incredibly difficult and complicated endeavor that very few others in the world could accomplish. WINNER 2013…

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It's a sunny Saturday afternoon. You've invited friends over, and as they step into your living room, their eyes are immediately drawn to the most eye-catching piece in the room—an oversized butterfly chair. It's not just any chair—it's a work of art, a sculpture, and a conversation starter. And guess what? It's comfy too! Now, ...

Debby Patton