Product ID: 01724
Minimal, comfortable and elegant, Jorge Zalszupin designed the "801" armchair in the early 1960’s for his seminal Brazilian mid-century design firm L’Atelier. Out of production ever since, the "801" armchair’s delicate, tapered wooden feet, straightforward frame and slight angled arms have been rediscovered and reissued as a long-lost Brazilian mid-century treasure. Part of the Etel collection.
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40% cotton / 30% linen / 30% viscose
45% viscose / 20% polyester / 18% linen / 17% cotton
Bowdichia spp. Leguminosae ou Diplotropis spp. Legumionsae
Sucupira-parda, Sapupira, Sucupira-do-igapó, Cutiúba, Sapupira-da-mata, Brazilian Chestnut.
In its natural habitat, the sucupira tree can reach a height of 45 meters and a diameter of 120 centimeters. However, in groves, where it's mostly cultivated, the sucupira tree has a smaller height. The bark has a grayish color , almost smooth-like texture with narrow vertical fissures.
Once the tree is recently cut, the sucupira's heartwood has a natural chocolate like color, after the heartwood dies the color will change into dark brown. Narrow and grayish sapwood is also found. The texture is somewhere in between medium and rough, it is common to find irregular and wavy grains. The wood surface is irregularly glossy, with an interwoven and fibrous aspect. It is slightly rough to the touch and has no noticeable smell or taste.