FueraDentro Butaque Dining chair, CIMA Collection
Contemporary dining chair for dining in style
Designed by Hendrik Steenbakkers, the Butaque dining chair is added to the FueraDentro outdoor furniture collection to create a bridge between the Cima Collection and the Lounge Collection. This way the dining area and lounge area can have a matching style.
The robust rectangular stainless steel frame of the Butaque designer chair holds the seated area, carried out in Batyline mesh fabric, in suspension. Due to the high back and the natural spring of the Batyline seat, this contemporary dining chair is also to be used without a cushion.
Effortless enjoyment can be enhanced with coordinating cushions in both fabric and synthetic leather, this allows the Butaque dining chair to be crafted to your own individual style and optimize your personal visual and physical ideals.
Create your favorite outdoor dining set
The high grade stainless steel frame, also available with an electro polished or powder coated finish, which give these indoor/outdoor chairs an ultra-modern look and when this minimalistic dining chair is used with a Doble or Nimio patio dining table, it offers an excellent contemporary dining solution. There is also a teak version of this modern garden dining chair available.
The Butaque dining chair is used by many hotels as restaurant chair for luxury patio furnishings.
55 x 55 x 82 cm
brushed, electro-polished or powdercoated
black / white / cappuchino
black / white / cendre
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Stainless steel is commonly known as rust-free steel (RFS) or Inox. This is a ferrous alloy that increases the corrosion resistance of a substance by the addition of chrome and nickel. The principle is based on protecting the surface area by means of chrome-oxide and nickel-oxide molecules. These molecules are much larger than the underlying iron molecules, which prevents the latter from... More
Batyline is a woven polyester fibre protected by a PVC coating. The fibres are then bundled together in order to obtain an exceptionally solid fibrous substance that is permanent, resistant to stretching, and immune to cracking. More