The wooden armchair SACADURA honours the first aerial crossing of the South Atlantic by Sacadura Cabral and Gago Coutinho in 1922.
The wooden armchair SACADURA honors the first aerial crossing of the South Atlantic by Sacadura Cabral and Gago Coutinho in 1922. Inspired by the shape of the aviator’s helmet and characterized by curved arms like the wings of a seaplane, the SACADURA’s upholstery rests on a platform of solid wood, giving users the impression of taking off on an adventure. On its back, there is the inscription “1922, 8383 km”, recording this historic feature of aeronautics.
Please note that there is a minimum order of 4 chairs.
Made in Portugal.