Key facts

Product:
Babila 2700
Family:
Babila
Manufacturer:
PEDRALI >
Designer:
Odoardo Fioravanti >
Order number:
2700
Architonic ID:
1211820
Country:
Italy
Launched:
2013
Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Chairs >
Hospitality-Restaurant chairs >
Groups:
Seating-Chairs >
Hospitality-Restaurant chairs >

Product description

Dimensions:
L 515 mm
D 795 mm
H 525 mm
H seat 460 mm

Product family

Concept

An ash wood barstool with an extreme lightweight look where the die-casted aluminium footrest is perfectly jointed to the legs. The shell of the technopolymer version recalls the wooden chair but takes full advantage of elasticity and three-dimensionality of the plastic material, in order to offer the greatest comfort in a new smarter look. A delicate moulding characterizes the back. Beside the stackable metal frame, it is available with an interesting combination of technopolymer and ash wood legs.
Barstool Materials and Technologies: Plywood seat ash wood veneered and solid ash legs. Die-casted aluminium footrest. FSC
Finishes: Bleached ash wood or stained: grey, black, red, yellow and blue. Brushed or powder coated footrest.
Chair Materials and Technologies: Injection moulding technopolymer shell. Frame is available with ash wood legs, steel tube Ø16mm or sled steel rod frame Ø10mm.
Colours: White, beige and grey. Chromed or powder coated frame. Bleached or black

Babila armchair recalls the distinctive features and design of the collection, taking inspiration from the classic and timeless objects. The functionality of the polypropylene shell or the absolute comfort of the upholstered version can be combined with legs in ash wood, steel tube or steel rod sled frame.
Materials: polypropylene or upholstered shell. Legs in ash wood, steel tube and steel rod sled frame.
Colours: white, sand, grey, orange, mustard, black.
Finishes: bleached ash wood or black

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