Designed by Pedro Salgado for Paged Meble, Poland. La Benda is a modern armchair created with a unique XIX century technology of bending beech wood under the pressure and steam. A beech rod, subtly bent in several places, is a characteristic element of the design. It plays a role of a lynchpin for both front legs of the chair and at the same time it supports the rear part of the backrest. The visual opposition – the legs in the back are straight and set firmly on the ground. The author’s vision for La Benda was inspired by the silhouettes of partners in a dance. We could assume that this contrast between these furniture elements is well presented by a woman. She moves daintily and then trustfully embraces her partner’s shoulders in their tango.
• Stackable 3 high • Suitable for indoor use • Material: European beech timber • Custom upholstery options available • Timber Stains: Extensive range of stain and paint finishes available