Stylecraft presents one of the latest additions to its furniture range, the Laclasica chair.
September 12th, 2011
Laclasica was designed by Jesus Gasca for Stua.
Laclasica integrates natural materials with a fluid design.
The seat and back are formed from plywood; the legs, in solid oak, together with an injection-moulded stacking plate, provide strength and stability.
A variety of stain finishes enable Laclasica to suit any environment.
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