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Batlló chairs designed by Antoni Gaudi in 1906. Manufactured by BD (Barcelona).

In 1906, Gaudí finished work on the Casa Batlló, a typical urban house on Barcelona’s Passeig de Gràcia, which he transformed into one of the most outstanding buildings in the city.The furniture he originally designed for the main dining room is also preserved at the Gaudí Museum in the Park Güell. The Batlló chair  produced by Bd is an exact reproduction of those anatomical deigns, both in shape and materials.

Antoni Gaudí (1852/1926) is the most internationally famous Spanish architect, but it is not just his buildings and ingenious architectural solutions that have taken the world by storm. His overall approach to architecture led him to become involved with all the decorative elements, including furniture, that were to form part of the building. The admiration of many modern designers for Gaudí furniture has not gone unnoticed by Bd, which was the first company to rescue them from history to create handcrafted series of reproductions using the same materials – varnished solid oak – and the whole wealth of details used in the manufacture of the originals.