Porteño Chair Malbec
Porteño Chair Malbec
Porteño Chair Malbec
Porteño Chair Malbec
Porteño Chair Malbec
Porteño Chair Malbec

Porteño Chair Malbec

RRP: 1,290.00

Trade Price:

Size: 85 (H) x 75 (W) x 80 (D) cm

Materials: Argentinean leather + Iron frame

Colour: Malbec

Construction: Hand crafted

Origin: Argentina

Made by: Porteño Craftsman

Note: This chair requires assembly. Assembly instructions included. 

The Porteño Malbec chair - A deep red colour reminiscent of our favourite Argentinian vino. We love the way that this leather ages, much like a good wine. It will also accumulate small marks and variations that add authenticity and document the beauty of the aging process.

We love this inventive design so much and we are thrilled to add it to our collection. The natural tones, robust materials and emphasis on craftsmanship are perfectly aligned with the Pampa ethos.

A symbol of modern design, the ‘butterfly chair’ was originally created in Buenos Aires, in 1938 by Argentinean architects Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy. It’s a classic design that we keep coming back to. Sitting in one of them feels so much like coming home.

Pampa chairs are handcrafted with care and sourced directly from the craftmens at a fair price. When you purchase a Pampa chair, you’re helping us trace the map that connects Argentina’s talented artisans with the global community.

Should any spills occur on the leather or frame, wipe over the area with a damp cloth and leave to air dry. We recommend not using any products to clean your chair, as this may interfere with the natural qualities of the leather.

Follow 3 easy steps to assemble your Pampa chair. 
Download visual instructions here.

Delivery times will vary from product to product and also depend on your location.

Our chairs will be delivered within 10 business days from our warehouse in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

Please note: International delivery costs do not include any taxes or duties which may be applied by customs at the destination country. Any duties or taxes incurred are the responsibility of the delivery recipient.

For more info refer to our FAQ + Shipping and returns.

Description + -

The Porteño Malbec chair - A deep red colour reminiscent of our favourite Argentinian vino. We love the way that this leather ages, much like a good wine. It will also accumulate small marks and variations that add authenticity and document the beauty of the aging process.

We love this inventive design so much and we are thrilled to add it to our collection. The natural tones, robust materials and emphasis on craftsmanship are perfectly aligned with the Pampa ethos.

A symbol of modern design, the ‘butterfly chair’ was originally created in Buenos Aires, in 1938 by Argentinean architects Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy. It’s a classic design that we keep coming back to. Sitting in one of them feels so much like coming home.

Pampa chairs are handcrafted with care and sourced directly from the craftmens at a fair price. When you purchase a Pampa chair, you’re helping us trace the map that connects Argentina’s talented artisans with the global community.

Care and Instructions + -

Should any spills occur on the leather or frame, wipe over the area with a damp cloth and leave to air dry. We recommend not using any products to clean your chair, as this may interfere with the natural qualities of the leather.

Assemble + -

Follow 3 easy steps to assemble your Pampa chair. 
Download visual instructions here.

Shipping info + -

Delivery times will vary from product to product and also depend on your location.

Our chairs will be delivered within 10 business days from our warehouse in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

Please note: International delivery costs do not include any taxes or duties which may be applied by customs at the destination country. Any duties or taxes incurred are the responsibility of the delivery recipient.

For more info refer to our FAQ + Shipping and returns.

Style tip

Pair a Porteño chair with one of Pampa's signature cushions or throws, to play with texture and inject personality into your living space.