AIRBORNE - COMFORTABLE AND FILIGREE

Are you looking for an elegant armchair for indoors and outdoors? Which character has? Then the armchairs by AIRBORNE are the first choice.

The Butterfly Chair by AIRBORNE, which has its origins in 1855, was produced as a field chair for military use. The foldable chair, which was then made of wood, impressed with its compact pack size and high level of seating comfort.

In 1938 the architects Bonet, Kurchan and Ferrari-Hardoy developed a chair with a metal frame on this basis for an Argentine planning office. This is still today in America as B.K.F. Chair known. It was already considered a classic at the end of the 1950s and was included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York at an early stage.

The armchairs from AIRBORNE still come closest to the original and represent the original design most impressively.

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