The University of Chicago is very pleased with the Bartlett Hall stacking chairs we built for them in 2002, but wanted a more Gothic design for their renovation of the Burton Judson Court dining hall. We created the Burton Judson as a premier chair for this architectural style. The smooth, modest finials at the top draw the eye to the rails of the chair, centered by an archway that mimics the distinctive doorway curvature of Gothic chambers.
Its back rails emulate elongated windows that lead to the comfortable seat. The Burton Judson will enhance the traditional elegance of the dining space, and stacks up to 8 chairs high. And since they are engineered with our proprietary Eustis Joint®, the chairs will endure for decades.
What type of seat can I have? Either upholstered or unupholstered.
Does this chair come with arms? This chair can come with or without arms.