D’Hauteville Concrete Chair

Wood. Plastic. Leather. It comes as no surprise that the D’Hauteville Concrete Chair sets itself far apart from traditional seating materials by eschewing them for concrete instead. The chair’s legs are made of steel rebar and welded together before the seat is made by pouring cement mix into a cast. It’s then layered with high performance cement for a smooth, low-abrasion finish before sitting to dry for 10 days. The chair is then fitted with rubber caps at its feet and coated with a subtle matte finish to stave off rebar rust and stains to the concrete, making for a stunning seat that’s both practical and surprisingly comfortable.

Find it at Gessato’s Shop – $370