Geoffrey Bawa Collection

The Geoffrey Bawa Trust is delighted to present this selection of five chairs, designed by Bawa’s practice, available for retail for the first time. Made to order, each piece is an exact replica of Bawa’s design and is provided with a certificate of authenticity.

Chairs have played a key role in the history of architecture; as a crucible for developing forms and structures that reflect intentions for the spaces in which they are placed. The starting point for Bawa’s chairs were often other chairs (antiques or modern designs) in his own collection, but he would adapt them with changes from one version to ensure that they were unique and that they perfectly fit their ultimate use.

How to order

  1. Write to with your desired design/s, quantity and shipping address.
  2. We will put you in touch with our shipping partners in order to get a shipping estimate.
  3. Once the shipping estimate is approved, a private link will be shared through the Geoffrey Bawa Design Store for you to make the payment for your order.
  4. The payment for shipping should be made directly to the shipping company.
  5. The final date of delivery will depend on manufacturing and shipping time but we will try our very best to get your order to you as soon as possible!

Order FAQ

  • The lead time for each chair order is a minimum of six weeks.  Based on the order if the production time changes we will contact you.
  • Full payment for the design/s and shipping is required to initiate production.
  • Customers are responsible for arrangement of shipping (via our shipping partner) from the Geoffrey Bawa Trust to destination of choice.
  • Orders are subject to import fees based on country of destination.

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