The Luna Standard Chair
Muted pinks on the Luna are directly inspired by the famous “pink church” landmark in San Miguel - La Parroquia. The Luna Standard Chair is the staple of the New School Equipal collection. It is a more refined version of the conventional equipal chair and includes only the essential, organic materials. This chair is perfect for dinner tables, office spaces, or any area that calls for practical and comfortable seating.
Lead time: 8 weeks for production + 2 weeks for transit
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In order to maintain the furniture’s high-quality leather and wood, we suggest regular applications of leather conditioner and wood-furniture polish. If you are not going for an aged look and your leather is scratched or scuffed, we have touch up paint available to repair small damages to painted equipal. Lastly, if your natural or painted leather equipal gets wet, avoid drying in the sun. Instead, bring it inside or under a shaded area to dry. We recommend using non-acidic and non-ammonia based cleaners for regular cleaning of painted or vegan equipal.
Handcrafted equipales were designed over 500 years ago by skilled artisans of the Aztec Empire in central Mexico. Using organic and regional materials to craft furniture that provided both comfort and aesthetic pleasure, these artisans inspired a design concept that has been passed down through generations, standing the test of time. Today, authentic equipal furniture is handmade in Zacoalco de Torres, Jalisco, a small town located south of Guadalajara.
During the 20th century, equipales became popular through the rise of photography of beach resorts in Mexico. However, as demand for and production of equipales increased, their quality began to suffer. The goal of our New School Equipal collection is to restore high quality in equipal furniture while focusing on sustainability. This collection is composed of 100% natural and biodegradable products, such as locally sourced leather, Mexican rosewood, and waxed cotton twine. Furthermore, our furniture is now available in select water-based colors, vegan options, and custom sizes.