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Robin Day dining chair back as part of Habitat’s ‘Back by Popular Demand’

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Day chair

Aspects of Habitat's new collection may look more than a little familiar. That's because they're featuring several items that are 'back by popular demand' – some of the most-requested products from its retail history now back on sale. This ranges from the chicken brick oven to the more iconic Robin Day dining chair pictured.  

The chair is sometimes known as the 675 chair, originally designed by Day for Hille in the 1950s before Habitat began manufacturing it a few decades later. It's an attractive juxtaposition of material – from the tubular steel frame to the oak or walnut veneer back, topped off with a black or cream leather seating pad. Perfect for sitting back in as you await your chicken brick cooked tandoori. 

The chair costs £200. 

Buy it from Habitat

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