Bantam Armchair

Collection of measured drawings of a Bantam Armchair drawn from the side, top, front, and back views

The Bantam Armchair is a crisp hard-lined modern armchair with a signature row of button tufting. Designed and marketed through Design Within Reach as part of their Bantam Collection (2014) of living room seating that also includes multiple Bantam Sofas and Ottomans, the Bantam Armchair is similarly constructed with a sturdy hardwood frame and made available in a large range of fabric and leather upholstery options.

The Bantam Armchair has an overall width of 35” (88.9 cm), depth of 33” (83.8 cm), and back height of 31.5” (80 cm). The seat height is set at 18.5” (47 cm) with arms set at 24” (61 cm).

What is the Bantam Armchair?
The Bantam Armchair is a crisp hard-lined modern sofa with a row of button tufting designed and marketed by Design With Reach as part of their Bantam Collection (2014).

How wide is the Bantam Armchair?
The Bantam Armchair has a width of 35” | 88.9 cm.
What are the dimensions of the Bantam Armchair?
The Bantam Armchair is 35” | 88.9 cm wide, 33” | 83.8 cm deep, and 31.5” | 80 cm tall. The Bantam Armchair has a seat height of 18.5” | 47 cm and arm height of 24” | 61 cm.


Details

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Height: 
31.5” | 80 cm
Width:
35” | 89 cm
Depth:
33” | 84 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
18.5” | 47 cm
Arm Height:
24” | 61 cm
Weight:


Materials:
Hardwood frame, walnut legs; Foam cushions, fabric or leather upholstery
Designer:
Design Within Reach
Year:
2014

Properties

Drawings include:
Bantam Armchair side elevation, side (man sitting), front, back, plan

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Armchairs are variations of common chairs, but are designed with fixed armrests and are often upholstered and cushioned. The inclusion of arms on a chair provide extra support for users. Armchairs are essential furniture pieces for living rooms, lounges, reception areas, and larger bedrooms.