The Burton Judson
Traditional School Dining Chair
We originally designed Burton Judson for the University of Chicago. This was a repeat order as we originally created our Bartlett Hall dining chair for the University of Chicago’s dining hall all the way back in 2002.
The University of Chicago loves the design and durability of our chairs so much. They even requested another custom design for their brand new dining hall. We put our designers to work and created a new chair. This new chair and installed the new chair in the Burton Judson dining hall in 2009. Moreover, the Bartlett Hall chair is rooted in neo-gothic style, whereas the Burton Judson is extremely quintessentially rooted in collegiate gothic roots.
We manufacture each chair to elite durability due to our proprietary Eustis Joint. Our craftsman prepare each joint with steel rods for joint reinforcement and inject retrograde epoxy for added durability. In addition, each chair is available in any hardwood that suits the needs of your institution. In addition, the chair is available in any custom stain to match your project or aesthetic.
Please reach out with any questions or concerns you may have. We are always happy to speak with you or send a sample!