Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Panamerica Folding Chair - Industry of All Nations
In many of the of countries of central and south America, there is a version of this folding chair. In El Salvador you can find one constructed of tree branches. In Belize they make a large and bulky version made from hard wood, and in Argentina it is not uncommon seeing a gaucho relaxing on one enjoying their mate. It only makes sense then that a company named Industry of All Nations would borrow bits and pieces from all the different versions and construct of modernized teak version representative of them all. We love it, and despite the implication that because it's a folding chair it is a chair the sits out of the way until you need extra seating, we think that it could definitely hold its own in the right room. If interested, you can get yours here.