The butterfly chair is an iconic master piece from the modernist furniture design. You have seen it everywhere. Decor magazines love it. Boutique hotels want it. Museums admire it. This is the Butterfly Chair you have been looking for.
Handcrafted to perfection
We use the Argentinean highest quality leathers, hides & skins and combined with steel to create this state of the art interior decoration. Our Butterfly Chairs are made in the Patagonia grasslands with a clear focus on quality and sustainability.
Product Information of our Butterfly Chairs:
- Material: 100% Natural Hair on Hide - Cowhide – Color: CHARCOAL
- Box: measures 25 L x 16 W x 3 H inches (63 x 40 x 8 centimeters) and weights 15 pounds (7 Kgs)
- Chair: 28 L x 28 W x 35 H inches (71 x 71 x 89 centimeters)
- Frame: black color - easy to ensemble
About the Butterfly Chair
The butterfly chair also known as BKF chair, is a modern piece of furniture designed by Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan and Jorge Ferrari in 1938. The designers last name initials gave the name (BKF) to them. During 1940, the chair was shown at the 3rd Salon de Artistas Decoradores exhibition where it was discovered by the Museum of Modern Art (NY). At the request of MoMA, the designers sent 3 pre-production chairs to New York. One is still exhibited in the MoMA collection and one is at the Frank Lloyd Wright house Fallingwater (built for the Kaufmann family), but no one knows where the third chair went...