DAW Chair dark wood Charles Eames - Style - Patchword
In the 1940s, the legendary American designer, created the Patchwork Dawly Chair that is still exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. With an unusual combination of materials, a plastic shell on a base with four wooden legs and a stainless steel frame, this chair is ultra-hardwearing. It can support any body weight and adapts perfectly to the shape of the back.
Beautiful and refined, this masterpiece is unique in its genre. Its design is mythical and its comfort will bring you joy.
The Dawly Patchwork chair will enhance any room of your home with a contemporary touch. This dining room chair also fits well in a kitchen, living room or office, in fact in any room of the house!
*This product is handmade, so its design may vary slightly from one item to another.