There’s something about Tereza. Full of spunk, verve, and brazen determination. Is she named after the Blessed Mother herself – controversial, yet widely admired? No one knows. She’s a simple modern beauty with just a hint of surprise. Her curved backrest offers the faintest curve (you could hardly call it a hug) to stabilize her occupant’s spine just so, and then dips into an unexpected angle before dropping to her hind legs. Front legs, ever so slightly splayed, bring further excitement to this extraordinary chair. Upholstery wraps neatly to the seat’s edges. Appearing to be a standard chair, upon closer look, she exposes an unanticipated twist.
Modern dining chair by Aristeu Pires handcrafted from sustainably harvested Brazilian hardwood wood features round and tapered legs and splayed front legs.
35.03" H 17.91" W 19.68" D 18.89" SH
Jequitibá Analine Stains:
Louro Freijó Stains:
Brummel: Polyester Chenille
Carino: Cotton/Linen/Viscose Plain Weave
Fresco: Polyester/Acrylic Plain Weave
Giotto: Polyester Textured Velvet
Legacy: Cotton Velvet
Regatta: Cotton/Linen/Viscose Plain Weave w/ Teflon® Coating
Titan: Polyester Mohair