- Inspired by Acapulco chair.
- One of the most famous designs of the 29th century.
- Steel structure and flexible Polyurethan cable tissue.
- Great quality materials.
The MEXICO Chair, inspired in the Acapulco chair, is one of the most recognized designs of the 20th century. It's an anonymous design that emerged in the 1950s in the favourite beach place of actors and famous of Hollywood: Acapulco, Mexico.
The separation of the rays of this Acapulco chairs forms a permeable and fresh grid, avoiding heat and emulating the old techniques of Maya tissues.
This design of the Acapulco chair has enjoyed continued success for nearly five decades, being the favorite of designers for its clean lines and its comfort.
It was manufactured by various artisan workshops in Mexico, slowly disappearing from the market in the early XXI century. After several design improvements, the chair it's available again withsteel structure and Polyurethan flexibles cables fabric that shapes the seat, ensuring durability and quality thanks to its high quality materials.