Bat Chair, Capsule Collection

By Gamfratesi

The Bat Dining Chair is created with a Scandinavian approach to crafts, simplicity and functionalism by Danish-Italian design-duo GamFratesi. The embracing shell with armrests equally embodies both aesthetics and comfort while carrying strong references to the interesting and distinctive shape of a bat’s wingspan. The wide range of shell colours, upholstery options and diverse bases provides for a personalised expression that makes the Bat Dining Chair fit perfectly into a variety of public and private contexts. Due to its unique design, the textile of the fully upholstered Bat Dining Chair can be changed with time to give the chair a different expression and new life to the interior decoration.

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Item Number: 10057313

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Embracing comfort

 

The rounded shells of the chair embrace the sitter, making normal, active and passive postures comfortable even over long periods.

BAT CHAIR

The Bat Chair, designed by Danish-Italian design-duo GamFratesi, carries strong references to the interesting characteristics of bats, with its inviting, distinctive shell reminiscent of the shape of a bat’s wingspan.

 

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GAMFRATESI

 

Danish-Italian design duo GamFratesi has been working with GUBI since the inception of their studio and, with their own dual heritage, share GUBI’s ability to synthesize seemingly opposing ideas – the classic and the contemporary, the intellectual and the eclectic, the understated and the expressive, the manufactured and the unique. In the case of the Sejour Lounge Chair, the contrasts between light and weighty, warm and cool, and soft and firm, provide nuanced internal dialogues that capture the imagination.

 

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RAISONNÈ 01

 

Carefully curated and intuitively iconic. That's been the spirit of GUBI since 1967. Rediscovering the heart of historical pieces and seeing how a contemporary vibe can help us write new chapters and find harmony in the eclectic.

 

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