Dallas Chair It is the last chair designed by Vicente Soto to  Capdell and it draws attention for its successful combination of metal and wood, which alternate in the structure with great elegance and with a certain minimalism.

The metal is used for the support of the chair, that is, legs and rods of the armrests, and the wood for the body of the chair, for seat and backrest.

The combination of both is a fairly resistant model. The wood applied to the chair is birch, and come from sustainable forests.

It is a stackable model and is also manufactured in a stool version.

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