Ramos Bassols bika chair centraldesign magazine

Ramos Bassols designed a functional and versatile chair!

Bika chair is a collection of injected plastic chairs, which combines different materials and finishes.
Share on facebook
Share on pinterest
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on tumblr
Share on whatsapp

Share it on your favorite platform!

Sign Up for

Our Newsletter

Subscribe to CentralDesign Magazine and stay in touch to get the latest news about events, tips and tricks about Architecture & Design!

Get to know a versatile and functional chair named BIKA

bika chair ramos-bassols centraldesign magazine

Designed by Ramos Bassols Bika is a collection of injected plastic chairs, which combines different materials and finishes.
Bika is based on the combination of two pieces, an attractive and resistant plastic structure that combines with different sheets of various materials such as wood, plastic or upholstery, providing great versatility to the product.
A warm and comfortable design, while functional and versatile.
The different options, in terms of colors and materials, as well as its sinuous and organic curves make this an ideal collection to integrate it into different environments.
The color options of the color plates give the chair a fresh and fun character. The options in wood and upholstery give a higher category to the final product.

bika chair ramos-bassols centraldesign magazine

The volumetry of the frame, as well as the reduced weight, allow stacking with ease up to 14 units (7 without cart). Fact that facilitates movement and order in spaces that require rotation of chairs, such as a meeting room or cafeteria.

bika chair ramos-bassols centraldesign magazine
Photo by Marçal Vaquer

About Ramos Bassols

Ramos Bassols are David Ramos and Jordi Bassols, both industrial designers. The studio started in 2004, after several years of experience in different fields such as urban furniture, tableware, lighting and office furniture. Based in Barcelona, Ramos Bassols offers a personal view on contemporary design, always searching for the balance between form, function and aesthetics. Products with clean lines, yet warm and attractive for the public.

Share on facebook
Share on pinterest
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on tumblr
Share on whatsapp

Related articles