The Fully Upholstered Bat Dining Chair is a comfortable shell chair inspired by the wingspan of its namesake.
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Designed by Danish-Italian duo GamFratesi, this comfortable shell chair embraces the body with rounded armrests for extra support.
With a highly customisable aesthetic, the Fully Upholstered Bat Dining Chair is suited to a wide range of uses and can fit into an array of interior styles.
Please note that all the Bat Dining Chairs listed here come with conic antique brass legs. If you would like a fabric or finish (black or wood legs) that you do not see listed here, please email [email protected] or call our showroom on 020 7278 8456.
Since the Gubi's inception in the late 1960's the company have pursued a goal of producing lighting and furniture that is as functional as it is beautiful. Their collection crosses generations with it's rediscovered pieces such as Greta Grossman's Grasshopper Lamp, seventies classic the Multi-Lite pendant, and the eponymously named Adnet Mirror.
These complement contemporary icons, such as GamFratesi's Beetle Chair. A design so successful that it has now expanded into an entire family, spanning lounge chair, sofa, stool and variety of dining chair options. Another Viaduct favourite is the TS collection with its characteristic marble and jewel-toned table tops that contrast with delicate graphic frames to elegantly punctuate any space.Gubi are also licenced producers of Robert Dudley Best's iconic Bestlite Collection, a timeless Bauhaus era classic...
The Beetle Chair by GamFratesi for Gubi is comfortable and dynamic dining chair inspired by the anatomy of its namesake
This popular design from GamFratesi was created following studies of the anatomy and movement of its namesake