We present our chameleon: the Vent outdoor chair, an item that seems to change its appearance depending on the colour you choose. In neutral tones like white, light grey or anthracite, it comes across as a discreet, sober, elegant design. But in colours like pink, red, blue or yellow it can become that colourful, fun item that's clamouring to be noticed.
This is the version with runner legs. Its simple, austere look means it can be fitted in with all kinds of decorative options. That's why Vent is so versatile as an additional piece that can be combined with dining tables in all sorts of different styles. This product is highly weather resistant, as the seat and back are made from one single piece of rigid polyurethane and the legs are steel tubes.
Diabla tips:This chair is the perfect model for achieving a radical change of look without changing your outdoor table if it's in good condition. Simply adding a few Vent chairs in a strong colour will make your outdoor dining area look totally different.
Vent has a design that can fit in with both outdoor and indoor settings. If you want to use it for a dining area inside your home, go ahead!
Vent chairs can be stacked together, so you can use the ones you need on a daily basis and keep lots of others for when you have visitors as they'll take up very little space in your storage area.
If you're looking for a chair with a versatile appearance, maybe you should take a look at our Basic.
Be bold and combine models in different colours. Use our shade card to make sure your choice matches your colour scheme.
Borja García studied industrial design at Cardenal Herrera-CEU University in Valencia, where he would later also train as an architect. His professional career has included working on a wide range of projects, both independently and as part of other studies, plus he is co-founder of Nazca, Enproyecto Arquitectura and, more recently, of Made in 2017. His industrial design and architecture projects have received major national and international awards and he regularly works with GANDIABLASCO.