Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2015
The Belleville Chair is a technically sophisticated plastic chair consisting of two components – a structural frame and a seat shell. Tracing the calligraphic lines of the legs and back, the slender black frame supports a thin shell that tapers from the wide seat surface into a narrow backrest. This type of construction opens up new perspectives for the materiality of the plastic chair, since the surface of the seat shell is the defining characteristic of the Belleville Chair’s identity: Stackable to 6 high.
Seat shell: moulded plywood, protective natural lacquer finish.
Base and frame: injection-moulded polyamide.
Available in natural Oak, dark oak and black ash. Also available in plastic shell, fabric or leather upholstery or an Armchair version.
550w x 490d x 830h x seat height 470H