Plywood is a very strong manufactured wood, built-up from layers of veneers, which are bonded together to create a flat smooth sheet; here it’s supported by tubular steel metal frames.
The development of tubular steel furniture in the 1920s and 1930s is considered a milestone in the history of modern furniture. This design was pioneered in the 1940s, with UK manufacturers constructing our chairs in the 50s.
Look and Feel
Highly practical these industrial chairs make for a real talking point at any rustic event.
With a seat height of 45cm, these chairs are 40cm wide.
“If it’s the right chair,
it doesn’t take too long to get comfortable”
– Robert De Niro