Casa Batlló furniture

This double bench was designed by Gaudí for the dining room in Casa Batlló. Although it looks like a single piece, it is in fact composed of several different parts fitted together. Its design, with a dividing armrest and two seats which face in different directions, gives it a rather unusual and unexpected appearance, as it breaks the rules of the classic linear arrangement for a two-seat bench. The ergonomic shape of the backrests demonstrates Gaudí’s constant consideration for comfort.

Material: varnished solid oak
Measurements: 170 x 103 x 81 cm

Casa Batlló Chair
This elegant chair was designed by Gaudí for the dining room in Casa Batlló. It is one of the first items of furniture to be ergonomically adapted. Its design presents a reduction of the structure to the bare minimum and an adaptation of the shape to the human body, resulting in a high level of comfort. There is a notable lack of straight lines. The wings on the back make the chair easy to move around. The legs are seemingly straight, but in fact they have a slight curvature near the bottom.

Material: varnished solid oak
Measurements: 74 x 52 x 47 cm

Casa Batlló sewing chair
Sewing Chair, designed by Gaudí for Mrs. Batlló. It adapts to the body posture. Its line eludes straight shapes.

Material: “Melis” pine tree wood
Dimensions: 93 x 28 x 44cm (36 x 11 x 17 in, approx.)

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