A light, airy stackable metal chair. Gaja is a contemporary piece of furniture reminiscent of the pure classicism of Rationalism, to which the chair lays legitimate claim, thanks to its streamlined, practical nature.
Designed by Japanese architect Kazuhide Takahama, the Gaja design chair was originally crafted for a small local restaurant and is characterized by its open structure with frame in arc-welded, chrome-plated tubular steel.
Extremely popular in residential or soft-contract settings, this versatile, functional modern stackable chair is ideal both with the upholstered backrest and as a bar stool.
STRUCTURE: Frame in bent tubular metal with chrome or painted finish.
PADDING: Flexible polyurethane foam.
UPHOLSTERY: Fabric or leather.