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    Showtime Dining Chairs

    Designed by: Jaime Hayon
    Manufactured by: BD Barcelona

    Year of production:2007

    Jaime Hayon is the most intriguing figure in new Spanish design. He has energy, talent and a style of his own, which are all distilled into the Showtime collection he has designed for BD Barcelona Design, the most prestigious Spanish design company. This happy encounter between a young designer and a veteran producer has led to the birth of a furniture collection meant for the home, but which has the adaptability and the personality needed for contract furnishing. A collection in which plastics consort with upholstery, the gleam of lacquered wood and the tradition of fine ceramics. In these contrasts between classicism and modernity, Showtime reflects what has always been the very essence of BD


    Seat and back in playwood. Outer faces in varnished oak or walnut, or in DM lacquered in several colours. Swivel structure in metal tube and aluminium cast painted in several colours. Upholstery in variuous configurations for the backrests, arms, seats and cushions. Steel buttons cast with various metallic finishes as for the structure.
    Ø55 x h.79cm


    Structure in tubular lacquered steel (gray, black or champagne). Seat and backrest made of plywood with exterior sides in varnished oak or walnut, or in DM lacquered in several colors. Metallic buttons in the same colour of the structure. Optional armrests in iron sheet, painted with textured finish or upholstered in different fabrics. Cushion and interior seat with upholstery in different fabrics of the collection.

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BD Barcelona Design is the Spanish company with the highest international prestige in design. What, in its foundation in 1972 was an expression of almost insolent rebellion by a group of young, unsatisfied architects, soon became a productive philosophy with a mission to break moulds, even commercial ones.
The Bocaccio Design (a clue for those who were not already in on the secret) of the Barcelona of the early seventies was created by Pep Bonet, Cristian Cirici, Lluís Clotet, Mireia Riera and Oscar Tusquets as a vehicle for the production of all those items of furniture, objects and accessories which could not be found in shops. It might have turned out to be nothing more than an arrogant idea, but in fact became a unique experience, offering an interpretation of design hitherto unknown in Spain: a new sensibility, a different perception of everyday objects.    www.bdbarcelona.com