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    Minivarius Chair

    Designed by: Oscar Tusquets Blanca
    Manufactured by: BD Barcelona

    Year of production: 2008

    When the Varius chair was about to reach its 25th birthday, the possibility occurred to me of designing a more economical and versatile version that would inherit some of its virtues; above all the ergonomics (which make the Varius a very comfortable chair) and its characteristic backrest (a good deal more handsome than the numerous feeble imitations).Building on these virtues which I was not prepared to forego, I have been able to design a family of chairs that includes: an armless chair, a light armchair, a swivelling light armchair, a high stool and seating in rows. All the four-legged chairs are indefinitely stackable in very little space. The chair bodies may be made of wood or plastic. The gas injection of the plastic ones was a challenge which, once overcome, has enabled us to avoid all ribbing both in the back and under the seat.


    Structure in chromed steel tube. Seat and back shell in white or black gas injected polypropylene or upholsthered. Optional: grey or black integral armrests. Available: desk side table in black compact.

    With arms: 53x52xh.82 cm
    With desk: 67x55xh.82 cm




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Born in Barcelona in 1941, Oscar Tusquets Blanca, usually presents himself publicly as an architect by training, a designer by adaptation, a painter by vocation and a writer through the desire to make friends. He graduated as an architect in 1965 from Barcelona’s Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura and was a member of Studi Per. He began his work as a designer of furniture and objects with BD in 1972 and won the Spanish National Design Award. A number of his pieces appear in the collections of such major museums as the MoMA in New York and the Centre George Pompidou in Paris.