03 AP Dining Chair Isometric
01 AP Dining Chair Front
02 AP Dining Chair Side
04 AP Dining Chair 2
05 AP Dining Chair Detail A
06 AP Dining Chair Detail B
07 AP Dining Chair Detail C

AP Dining Chair

Designer Aditya Prakash
Collection AP Collection
Year/Period 1972
Dimensions ( cm / in ) H 33.1 / D 18 / W 18.9 H 84.0 / D 45.5 / W 48.0
How to buy

Product Description

Much of architect Aditya Prakash’s furniture reflects the French modernist elements of Chandigarh. However, his interests included various other schools of modernism and furniture styles. This dining chair, with its bent wood backrest and rounded tapering legs, for instance, neatly captures his fascination with Nordic design. Its robust construction, clean lines and woven cane seating lends the chair the charm of a classic. It can be used in various settings as a Dining Chair or a Desk Chair.

Product Specification

Standard dimensions H 33.1 / D 18 / W 18.9 H 84.0 / D 45.5 / W 48.0
Materials Teak (Tectona grandis) Natural Cane
Product variants -
Other information Seat Height - 17.4 44.0
Download technical sheet
Photos for Website 20
Photos for Website 19
Photos for Website 18
Photos for Website 17

Product Options

We offer this product in a choice of two wood finishes: Natural Teak and Dark Stain.

For the Natural Teak finish, the wood is sanded and finished with hard wax oil to bring out the natural, golden-brown colour of the teak.

For the Dark Stain finish, a coat of water-based, teak stain is applied to give the wood a darker teak shade, followed by a coat of a sealer.

Wood Finish Options - Natural Teak / Dark Stain

Colour swatch of Natural Teak
Natural Teak
Colour swatch of Dark Stain
Dark Stain

Related Products

See More

The Aditya Prakash Collection: Seats for Conversation

Born in 1924 in the north Indian city of Muzaffarnagar and trained in London as an architect, Aditya Prakash was a junior architect at the Chandigarh Capital office under Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret. His later work reflected the modernist ideals imbibed in these early years of training and, along with the likes of Achyut Kanvinde and B.V. Doshi, Praksh is often described as one of India’s first modernist architects. Despite his repute, however, much remains unknown about his oeuvre, which includes his experiments with furniture making – showcased in the Aditya Prakash Collection by Phantom Hands.

Read Journal