When designing any home, furniture plays a very important role in creating a style and feel for a room. Whether you go for modern furniture or a more contemporary look there have been some real design classics. Here we take a look at five of the most iconic furniture chair designs.
“Cadre” Steel Chair by Stephane Ducatteau
The purist geometry of French sculptor/designer/artisanStéphane Ducatteau’s limited edition contemporary furniture seems sculpted from rare exotic woods, wenge or iroko, perhaps.
“Melting Chair Black Chrome” Sculptural Seating by Philipp Aduatz
Philipp Aduatz intention in the design of the Melting Chair is to capture a transient transformation within a sculptural object. The Melting Chair, which is suitable for use, is carefully crafted to appear to the viewer either as a solid chair melting away or as a solidification of a liquid melt.
Emporium Chair by Marco Costa
Our limited edition piece Emporium Chair. Encouraging imperfection, the tongue in cheek design will resonate with those who like their furniture to be fun and funky. This hand-crafted chair has been designed by Marco Costa who seeks inspiration from the Surrealist movement.
Anon Pairot Cell Chair Made of Moulded Aluminum
Moving away from a reliance on industrial design, the cell Easy Chair & Ottoman is designed using the principles of local handcraft techniques, showcasing the beauty and structure of the material utilized while maintaining a modern industrial look. Moulded aluminum chair, produced byAnon Pairot 2006-2008.
Ribbon Chair by Maria Pergay
A Ribbon Chair, can be purchased in multiples. Paris-based designer Maria Pergay is known for her innovative use of stainless steel, a passion that began in the 1960s and has continued into her eighties.
We really love this chairs. Do you have a favorite metalic modern chair?