Possibly the most iconic Portuguese furniture piece ever created.
Produced since the 1930s by Adico, the so-called "Portugues chair" has become an icon.
Visiting any city in Portugal, you can find it adorning the facades of cafes and bars throughout the country.
With its timeless design and exceptional comfort, it has become a part of Portuguese culture and daily life.
For generations, it has accustomed us to its presence in outdoor spaces and the fabric of Portuguese cities.
This model has been approved by the Lisbon City Council for use in urban spaces.
Available in various new finishes, download the latest material options using the links below.
Mix and match chair and table colors to create a unique look.
Icon's History It is said that the timeless design of the Portuguese chair was inspired by the German Bauhaus school and the curved steel tube chairs of some furniture design pioneers such as René Herbst, Marcel Breuer, and Mies van der Rohe. Its success is based on a tubular structure consisting of two curved steel tubes: the main one, forming the rear legs and extending as support for the arms and back, and the second one, defining the two front legs and serving as the outline of the seat back.
This product is custom-made and produced to order, so it is not eligible for return.
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Samples are available for viewing at our concept store at Jagiellońska 58/127 in Warsaw.
Steel tube construction. Epoxy paint. Steel backrest. Steel seat.
Option to order a dedicated cushion for the chair in outdoor fabrics.