Boston architects Gund Partnership designed a new Gothic dining hall for The Taft School, and wanted the benefits of a stacking chair for their client. They asked us to create a new chair for this project, and came up with a new version of our line’s Gothic Revival chairs.
The back of the Taft chair has a wide center banister that finishes in a slight arch, imitating the high pointed arches and narrow windows of many Gothic corridors. The look is complete with a subtle carving on the top slat for a clean, refined touch. This chair is elegant and unique; above all, it will endure for many decades as a result of our proprietary Eustis Joints®.
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.