Leda chair designed by Salvador Dalí is a reproduction by BD Barcelona Design, entirely made of polished cast brass varnish or black patina without varnish (Black Label Limited Edition).
During the '30s in Paris, Salvador Dalí sorrounded himself with a circle of friends involved in the application of art to varied disciplines, above and beyond the study of pure pictorial art. Jean-Michel Frank, a furniture maker and decorator of recognized prestige in the Paris of those years, was on very good terms with Dalí and together they worked on several ideas.
In the 1990s a group of experts, led by Oscar Tusquets, set themselves the task of turning the furniture Dalí had drawn for Jean-Michel Frank into reality. Among these items were the Leda chair and low table, taken from the painting "Femme à la tête rose" (1935). The prototypes were made by the sculptor Joaquim Camps and BD Barcelona Design organised production and exclusive world marketing, guaranteed by The Gala Salvador Dali Foundation responsible for the painter’s rights.