Dante Stacking Chair
Dante Collection by Alp Nuhoglu. Meet Dante, the elegant member of the B&T Design, with its twisted back and legs with a linear form, where familiar forms turn into a unique design, and the wood captures integrity by being processed in a continuous flow. Designed in two models as chair and barstool, the Dante Series reflects its character exclusive to each space, with the rich texture of wood reinforcing its silhouette formed by its perfectly twisted body and clearly linear forms. Designed in three different design alternatives – completely wooden, or with an upholstered seat and back, or with an upholstered seat – Dante meets different needs. Thanks to its functions of design and use, it elegantly adapts to restaurants, bars, or different areas of use. Taking both aesthetics and comfort into consideration with its wide seat and its curved and twisted structure supporting back, the series features different varnish alternatives in addition to black, walnut, and natural wood, and can be matched with all cloth and leather colors on the color chart, allowing for customizing the design and making it exclusive to the venue. Standing out with its comfortable experience and timeless style as well as its solidity, Dante offers an unfaltering, long-lasting use thanks to its main material, wood, being strengthened with the metal frame under the seat surface.
Meet the designers
Based in Istanbul and founded by Talip Aysan in 1993, B&T has a team of top Turkish and European designers who create groundbreaking modern designs that are becoming instant classics. Today, B&T is a global company exporting stunning modern products to over 45 countries. B&T designs are original, minimally designed, and high quality commercial grade. Nuans stocks select B&T items ready to ship. Making B&T truly unique is the opportunity to customize with a wide variety of upholstery and finish options, including COM. Special orders have a lead time of 8-10 weeks.
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