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    Paso Doble Chair Set of 2 By Magis

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    Ships in 4 weeks: Black Outdoor. All other options ships in 12 weeks.

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      Inspired by the paso doble, a dramatic Spanish dance based on a toreador's movements, Stefano Giovannoni created a dramatic but practical chair. The concept behind the Paso Doble Chair includes a light, flexible material suspended between rigid structures. The chair combines sturdy aluminum with strong, flexible polymer mesh as the seat and backrest, and is easy to move. Sold in sets of 2.

      The Paso Doble Chair hides its strength and ability to stand up to the weather behind a sleek and sophisticated silhouette. Giovannoni, who trained as an architect, has an eye for-€and interest in-€structure and simplicity. He combined it with Magis Design's cutting-edge technical capability to produce this versatile and comfortable chair for your deck or patio. It looks especially nice paired with its leggier cousin, the Paso Doble Stool.
    • Materials: Frame in aluminium. Arms and crosspieces in die-cast aluminium painted in polyester powder or polished. Seat in polyester-vinyl polymer fabric, or in polyester-vinyl polymer and polyester-cotton fabric, or in leather.
      Specifications: (inches) 18.11w x 22.04d x 32.28h
      Magis Warranty: This item comes with a 2 year warranty including electrical components, casters, pneumatic cylinders, tilts, and all moving mechanisms. Warranty work is performed in the US and Canada.
      SKU: MGP00.NYKBYKM
      Catalog ID: 44990
    • Ships in 4 weeks: Black Outdoor. All other options ships in 12 weeks.

      This item ships to anywhere in the continental US. For shipments outside the continental US, please click here. For large items please contact us for any requests for inside delivery, assembly or packaging removal. Please read our return information.

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