The Portuguese Chair


Portuguese Chair
The original

The story behind the icon

A timeless design, the Portuguese Chair is said to have been inspired by the German Bauhaus school and the curved steel tube chairs of some of the pioneers of furniture design, such as René Herbst, Marcel Breuer or Mies van der Rohe.
Its success is based on the tubular structure composed of two curved steel tubes: the main one, which forms the back legs and extends to be a support for the arms and back, and the second one, which defines the two front legs and serves as a back outline of the seat.

The traditional Portuguese chair has been produced by Adico since the 1930s. Marked by a timeless design, it has been a regular presence in the daily life and culture of the Portuguese for generations.

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