Nagasaki Dining Chair
The Nagasaki Dining Chair by GUBI is designer Mathieu Matégot’s best-known piece, featuring his signature combination of perforated steel and tubing. Debuted alongside Arne Jacobsen’s Ant Chair, Nagasaki was one of only a few chairs designed with three legs at the time. Actively challenging traditional materials and shapes, Matégot created an incredibly comfortable and visually light dining chair for the modern home.
Seat Height: 17.7"
Made of powder-lacquered steel using the Rigitulle technique developed by designer Matégot, where metal tubing is combined with a perforated metal sheet.
Designed by Mathieu Matégot in 1954.
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