$1,300.00 – $1,500.00
The Atlantic Chair was designed with a classic, yet contemporary context in mind, and can live comfortably in a range of environments. Influenced by the architecture of classic café chairs, the result is the product of several steam bent components crafted and assembled with a combination of machine and handwork. The chair also features a vegetable tanned leather seat and hand-stitched backrest, which offers a vivid interpretation of ‘visible joinery’.
Made to Order
Please select from the options below to create a piece made just for you, standard lead times of 10-12 weeks apply.
33″H x 17″W x 20″L
Black Tape, English Bridle – Black, English Bridle – Chestnut, English Bridle – Dark Brown, English Bridle – Med Brown, English Bridle – Tan, Riverside 2675
The Atlantic Chair is evidence of our foremost commitment to quality through detail and precision craft, seen in the stitched backrest, and in moments of exposed joinery throughout each piece. Referencing the architecture of the classic Thonet Café Chair, Atlantic is deceptively strong and durable, despite its visual lightness and small footprint – upholding the commitment to quality that’s further reinforced by a lifetime warranty.
Most parts on the chair are steam bent, including the crest, back legs, seat apron, stretcher (every member except the front legs and front rail). As an expression of quality and understandable construction, we have designed this chair to include an exposed through-tenon at the stretcher-to-front-leg connection.
As is the case with so many Moser products, this chair employs a mix of hi- and lo-tech craft, employing CNC to machine complex parts and handwork for fit and finish, and details in hand-stitched upholstery.
The upholstered seat and backrest are made of durable, 3/16″-thick vegetable tanned leather for comfort and longevity. In a process free of chemicals, vegetable tanning is an old-world, artisanal process that takes advantage of the tannic acids naturally found in some plant species, by using the barks, branches, leaves and even some fruits in some specific techniques.