Decode Hatcham Stacking Chair
Reminiscent of early plywood school chairs, Hatcham (by Samuel Wilkinson) is a simple yet modern progression of the wooden stacking chair.
Hatcham is made of just six pieces: cast aluminium leg brackets, solid oak legs and a ply seat and back. This stackable chair takes its name from the Hatcham Ironworks, the former name of the East London foundry that helped produce the casting. In tribute to its heritage, cast lettering has been added to the inside of the leg bracket.
DimensionsHeight: 77cm x Width: 47cm x Depth: 47cm, Seat height: 45cm
Materials & Finishes : Sand-cast aluminium detail, solid oak legs and oak veneered ply seat and back. Painted versions with solid ash legs and birch seat and back.