Laclasica Chair

Designed by Jesús Gasca for Stua


Item Number: 5739


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The Laclasica Chair (2010) showcases Jesús Gasca’s ability to combine the traditional principles found in classical chairs with the needs and aesthetics of modern design. A beautiful, artful and swooping form, Laclasica suits a variety of interiors. Constructed of solid sculpted and molded wood, this chair is new and fresh but also seems as if it’s always been around. In other words, it’s timeless. Stua is a company that will spend years carefully developing an idea. And even after all that time, the design team will study the prototype to decide if it belongs in the collection. “Will it make an impression on people?” they ask. “And will it be enjoyed for a long time?” For the Laclasica Chair, and all the other pieces in the Stua assortment, the answer to those questions is “yes.” Made in Spain.


Jesús Gasca
Jesús Gasca

SPAIN (1939)

Jesús Gasca is the founder and principal designer of Stua, which is an acronym for solo tengo un amor, or “I have only one love.” This contemporary furniture company based in the resort town of San Sebastián, Spain, prides itself on producing a limited range of furniture, with each piece exquisitely executed out of the finest materials. The style of the ...

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H 31.75" W 20.75" D 20.75" Seat H 17.75" Laclasica Chair


Solid and molded ash plywood; powder-coated aluminum.

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