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Iporanga Dining Chair

by Carlos Motta, 2002

Reference: #00000021

Named after a Brazilian beach in the southern coast of São Paulo, Carlos Motta's Iporanga dining chair is as charming as it is comfortable; its structure is made from solid native Brazilian wood, and a leather upholstered seat and half back.

• Base structure made of cumaru, freijó, tauari or sucupira wood
• Upholstery offered in a variety of fabrics, leather, COM/COL
• Available with or without arms
• Part of the Etel collection
• Made to order

Fabric

Fabric (COR-1)
Fabric (COR-2)
Fabric (COR-3)
Fabric (COR-4)
Fabric (COR-5)
Fabric (COR-6)

Leather

Leather (L-1 (Leather Type 1))
Leather (L-2 (Leather Type 1))
Leather (L-3 (Leather Type 1))
Leather (L-4 (Leather Type 1))
Leather (L-5 (Leather Type 1))
Leather (L-6 (Leather Type 1))

Wood

Wood (Tauari - CM by Etel)
Wood (Cumaru - CM by Etel)
Wood (Freijo - CM by Etel)
Wood (Waterbase Sucupira - CM by Etel)

Colors shown are only indicative and may not be an accurate representation of the finishing due to variations in system/s used and/or display settings.


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