Nagasaki Dining Chair

A Study In Scandinavian Elegance

Unique Structure; Available in three colours

 

Mathieu Matégot designed the Nagasaki Dining Chair in 1954 and is his best-known piece so far. First exhibited at the 1954 Salon des Artistes Décorateurs, along with Arne Jacobsen’s Ant Chair (1952), the only few three-legged models. Made with perforated sheet metal, with both back and seat curved and arched, similar to the form of a saddle and overall effect is one of lightness. The Nagasaki Dining Chair is now part of a permanent collection at an internationally renowned, privately owned Vitra Design Museum.

 

The unique structure of the Nagasaki Dining Chair would definitely complement the Gubi Dining Table.

 

GUBI

Design company Gubi searches for beauty and raw design genius in unchartered territories. They aim to provide you with high quality, contemporary furniture designs that evolve with time and allow you to enjoy the luxuries of life.

 

SAFETY & WARRANTY INFORMATION

Gubi is known for their exceptional quality and design. All purchased Gubi products come with a 2 year warranty that covers any material or manufacturing defects.

 

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Available in  Black, White or Mustard Gold

L 56cm X W 59cm X H 14cm

 

 

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DESIGNER

Mathieu Mategot was a Hungarian architect, designer and artist who designed over 400 furniture designs during the 1950s and 60s. He is credited for finding Rigitulle - a technique where metal tubing is combined with perforated metal sheets.

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