Stunning New Bacchus Club Chair

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Richard Townsend’s stunning, new Bacchus Club Chair is now available with optional LED lights that allow white or colored light to spill through the water-jet cut side panels. Mounted inside the upper arm chambers of each chair, and operated via remote to control color and brightness, the lights create a remarkable effect as they shine through the distinct patterns of the metalwork.

Bacchus is available in two styles.The upholstered version is inlayed with vertical striped side panels called Zebra to evoke the club chair’s hunting and gaming tradition. The Walnut model features a geometric metal inlay design from the studio of Phillipe Intraligi called Maze. These waterjet-cut metallic inlay side panels allow viewers to see through its streamlined form, creating interplays of light and shadow; now, with the addition of LED lights, it can be appreciated day and night.

While Bacchus’ design is a dramatic piece of art, the chair itself is remarkably comfortable and a pleasure to sit in. With its imposing stance, Bacchus can lend a touch of casual professionalism to a personal office,or become an ideal anchor piece for any room. To learn more about the Bacchus Club Chair and Richard Townsend’s designs, go to www.richardwtownsend.com.

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