Ercol Stacking Chair

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Year
1956

First launched in 1956, the Stacking Chair embraces the mid-century modern ideals of function and form with its humble, linear construction. The chair’s intentional, detail-oriented architecture reflects L. Ercolani’s long-standing commitment to utility — providing a simple yet gracious seat that effortlessly lends itself to any number of occasions and settings.

Purpose-built for convenience, the outward-facing legs of the Stacking Chair allow the chairs to be stacked vertically when not in use. This, coupled with the chair’s ergonomic design, make the chair a versatile offering that complements urban workspaces, intimate dining environments and private residences alike.

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$ 995 

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+ Upholstery — choose from a selection of premium international fabrics

+ Finishes — timber can be stained in contemporary colours

+ Colours — this design is available in custom colours

+ Size — the dimensions of this design can be customised

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Dimensions
Width
50
cm
Depth
45
cm
Height
77
cm
Seat H
47
cm
Materials

Sustainable ash

Available in a range of stains and coloured finishes

Please view the L. Ercolani product PDF for detailed product variants

Additional Info

Additionally, the Stacking Chair features traditional woodworking elements, including the iconic Windsor wedge and tenon joint — a trademark detail found in many of Lucian Ercolani’s early works. In this classic technique, the chair’s legs are extended through the seat and secured with a wedge. These joints are then sanded until they lie flush with the seat to create an incredibly durable, reinforced base, built to withstand the wear and tear of everyday use.

Lead Time

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Estimated lead time is 2 - 4 weeks. Please Enquire.

Estimated lead time is 8 - 12 weeks.
This may change depending on customisation and supply chain events.

Estimated lead time is 14 - 18 weeks.
This may change depending on customisation and supply chain events.

Estimated lead time is 3 - 5 weeks.
This may change depending on availability and supply chain events.

Estimated lead time is 14 - 18 weeks.
This may change depending on customisation and supply chain events.

Estimated lead time is 14 - 18 weeks.
This may change depending on customisation and supply chain events.

Estimated lead time is 12 - 16 weeks.
This may change depending on customisation and supply chain events.

Estimated lead time is 14 - 18 weeks.
This may change depending on customisation and supply chain events.

Estimated lead time is 14 - 18 weeks.
This may change depending on customisation and supply chain events.

Ercol Stacking Chair

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Ercol Stacking Chair

Lucian Ercolani

The Maker / 

L. Ercolani by Ercol

Rooted in a century of design heritage and craftsmanship, L. Ercolani is a refined, luxury brand from the Ercol family. Embodying the classic collection designed by Lucian Ercolani with new, timeless works from international designers, L. Ercolani draws on the expert craftsmanship and elegant, unadorned style that represents their past and future heritage.

The Designer / 

Lucian Ercolani

The son of an Italian picture frame maker at the world-renowned Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Lucian Ercolani moved with his family from Tuscany to London in the 1890s. After earning his credentials as a furniture designer, Lucian went on to launch his own company in 1920, which later became known as Ercol.

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