Cuerdas Chair - Oak & Black


The Cuerdas Chair artfully reinterprets the classic Windsor chair, incorporating the warmth of solid oak with the distinctive touch of woven cords. In this innovative design, the wooden backrest is supported by four robust 22mm solid wood components, while the polypropylene cords are skillfully woven directly into the wood, from the seating area to the backrest. The name "Cuerdas," meaning cords in Spanish, celebrates the chair's unique fusion of materials and design elements. The Cuerdas Chair adds a dash of modernity and character to any space, effortlessly enhancing dining rooms, home offices, restaurants, bars, and other settings with its creative flair and timeless charm.

  • Material - Solid Oak Structure, 4.5mm Polypropylene Cord
  • Finish - Natural Oak Wood, Black Polypropylene Cord
  • Dimensions - H82cm x D56cm x W53cm
  • Seat Height - 45cm
  • Environmental criteria - Low VOC / Greenguard, Raw Materials sourced in same/ neighbouring country, Cradle to Cradle / Design for Disassembly, Quality Policy, Recycleable content over 50%.
  • Production lead time 8 to 10 weeks
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Production lead time 8 to 10 weeks. Shipping time between 2 to 5 days within the UK once the order has arrived from the factory. For international deliveries we will provide a time estimate once the order has arrived from the factory. Shipping is made via our network of nominated distributors. Standard delivery will be ‘one man / kerb side’ only. For more options on delivery, please contact our sales office.

He is also founder and principal of Hierve, an award winning multidisciplinary design consultancy based in Mexico City and London, with more than 21 years of professional design experience.

Alejandro is the Founder, Creative Director and main Designer of the company. He holds a BA in Architecture from Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City and a Postgraduate degree in Product Design from the Royal College of Art, London.

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