by Carlos Motta, 2002
• 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
• Made to order
Named after a Brazilian beach in the coast of São Paulo, Carlos Motta's "Iporanga" dining chair is as sophisticated as it is comfortable. Made from solid native Brazilian woods and wooden slats, reminiscent of traditional carpentry, the "Iporanga" also features a leather upholstered seat, and a half back cushion for added comfort. Part of Etel collection.
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.