De La Espada furniture is where the creativity of some of the world’s leading designers meets the highest level of European craftsmanship.
We focus on the key pieces of furniture for the home:
A place to eat, rest, sleep, and work.
With a dedicated solar-powered factory in Portugal at the heart of the business, De La Espada specialises in solid wood that combines advanced technology with handcraft to create truly unique, meaningful objects. Each product is meticulously detailed and engineered to last a lifetime.
De La Espada also works closely with carefully selected international design partners. The De La Espada product range reflects the diversity of the collaborators as well as a unifying approach to materiality, craft, functionality, and longevity. De La Espada products are imbued with warmth and meaning brought by the hands that bear them.
De La Espada prides itself in their craft to manufacture the finest wood pieces in Europe. These important production and factory elements include “technology and handcraft”, precision in repeat operations”, “meticulous plank selections”, intricate jigsaw of parts to achieve detail and integrity, and a paramount focus on longevity of products, a sustainable initiative.
Meet The Collection
Ando Dining Chair designed by Matthew Hilton
Ando Chair is a utilitarian, robust and quiet design with beautiful detailing. It is a relatively compact dining chair with strength and personality whilst remaining understated. The back is made from multiple pieces of wood, joined and carved, showcasing the natural grain variations in the material.
Upholstered Ando Chair
Capo Dining Chair designed by Neri & Hu
The Capo Dining Chair takes on heritage elements where the simple and modern form is enriched with handsomely tailoring details that evoke old-world sensibilities of masonry enclosure. The Capo is a well-balanced equilibrium between sophistication and utility, between classic and contemporary aesthetics. The Capo series includes a dining chair with and without arms, a bar stool in two heights, and a lounge chair with or without arms.
The Capo is also available with arms
Saia Dining Chair designed by Matthew Hilton
Saia is an upholstered shell chair with timber legs. The pared down design is made of few components, while maximising comfort and durability. The proportions were carefully considered for ergonomics, beauty and performance in a variety of environments. Solid wood legs, textural upholstery and modern silhouette bring a design flourish to dining rooms and home offices alike. The Saia family includes a bar stool, dining chair, and lounge chair
Saia Dining Chair available in different fabric and wood finishes
Solo Dining Chair
Inspired by the Eames Shell Chair, the Solo Chair is an updated version that transforms the early industrial look of the Eames iconic chair into a sophisticated, comfortable chair that is suitable both in domestic and commercial settings. Solo chair has an upholstered shell that hugs the sitting body to create a microcosmic universe for the person, becoming an object of shelter and refuge, where the person can be “solo” and undisturbed while being hugged in this position.
Solo Dining Chair and Solo Round Table & Lattice Pendant by Neri&Hu
Elliot Dining Chair
Jason Miller’s furniture for De La Espada is inspired by the housing trend currently prevalent in Brooklyn, where 100-year-old brownstones, originally built as single-family homes then converted into apartment buildings, are being converted back into single family homes. Many of these buildings still retain original details such as ornate fireplaces, mouldings and woodwork, but are in need of renovations, creating an interesting juxtaposition of old and new design. Jason Miller’s product line captures this juxtaposition of time, purpose, and aesthetics.
Elliot Dining Chair and Elliot Oblong Dining Table by Jason Miller Neri&Hu
Colombo Dining Chair
Colombo is a sculptural and sophisticated dining chair with unique contours and floating armrests. The chair is made from generous planks and through skilful craftsmanship that emphasizes the wood’s natural color and structure.