A new chair with 60 years of history
The BICAchair takes the terrace chairs inside the house, with a renovated design, more intimate and comfortable. The typical street chair, with the same metallic and traditional structure, but innovative in design, distinct in finishes and bold in details.
Design is also a way of telling stories
Created in the mid-1950s, the Portuguese chair is a national cultural symbol. Known on every terrace in the country, it is now reborn and ready for new spaces with BICAchair displaying collections with various styles and personalities.
The objective is to apply to the typical street chair the comfort and convenience of the private sphere, with love for tradition, but without forgetting design as its main and differentiating creative engine.
We build our chairs with comfort, sustainability and product life in mind
Process and Warranty
During our procedure, we consider all sustainable aspects to be a responsibility, knowing that this is, as well, what allows a great durability of our pieces of furniture.
Following this logic, we provide warranty against defects in the metallic structures of all our original equipment throughout the entire lifetime of the original owner.
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