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Panamericana chair / made to fold™
Made in Indonesia from 100pct Plantation Teak
This type of folding chair can be occasionally found across the Americas, from a tiny one made out of tree
branches from El Salvador, a bulky one made out of tropical hardwood in Belize, to a small version made out
of pine, used by the gauchos in the Argentinean Pampas to relax and drink mate.
The Panamericana chair,
named after the Panamericana road, road that travels across the whole American continent, was conceived by
design team as a
hybrid conclusion of all its different versions.
Panamericana chairs at a house in the Andes Mountains.
Above: Carrying the chair in a Venice Beach house.
Industry of All Nations last US production of Panamericana chairs is sold out. The Hickory and Poplar will be replaced
by the new Plantation Teak version made in Indonesia, suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
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