Tag Archives: Chair

EJ 230 Modern Lounge Chair By Arne Vodder For Erik Joergensen

Impress your guests with this sophisticated modern lounge chair designed by Arne Vodder for Erik Joergensen. Just like Arne Vodder’s other designs, the EJ 230 was designed with a passion for detail.
Merging clean lines with comfort and modern shapes can be difficult to achieve; however, the master-touch of the designer manages to unite these seemingly contradictory qualities. Arne Vodder was one of the most influential Danish architects and furniture designers. He managed to turn this piece into one of those chairs that are quite sturdy but yet comfortable. Read More

The Melies Swing Chair By Les Ateliers Guyon

The Melies Swing chair combines an imaginative visual effect with a bit of illusionism and plenty of style. Specially designed as a homage by the Les Ateliers Guyon creators, it is also intended as a functional piece of furniture, not just an work of art. Read More

DIY: How To Refresh A Chair Using Decoupage Basics

A nice way to shake the blues away is to create some hand-made masterpiece. For instance, refresh a common chair. It’s hard to imagine an interior without this trivial item of furniture: it’s present in kitchens, dining, toddler and work rooms. Compact and mobile, it’s undoubtedly practical and functional, but let’s not forget that it can also be of decorative interest. Today we’d like to show you how to turn a standard chair into an exclusive designer item using popular decoupage technique. Read More

10 Iconic Chair Designs From The 2000s

Entering a new millennium, chair designers continued to experiment with novel shapes and materials, yet the approach was more mature and level-headed (compared to many designs found across the last decades of the 20th century). By the end of the 2000s, designers such as Naoto Fukasawa and Jasper Morrison were designing chairs with a simple expression of form, their shapes recalling the work of those old Nordic craft masters. Read More

7 Iconic Chair Designs From The 1990s

In the decade of the 1990s, chair designers experimented with form and material, resulting in a number of bizarre chair shapes. Conceivably the 20th century’s worst decade for truly notable chair designs (with several exceptions), the 1990s perhaps suffered from some end of century sense of superiority. In truth, it was the decade of overly inflated pop culture: The Spice Girls, Beverly Hills 90210 and Friends anyone? As a result, design was too impacted by an exaggerated sense of self. Read More

10 Iconic Chair Designs From The 1970s

In the 1970s, iconic chair designs were few and far between, with many designs emerging in the early part of the decade. A number of chair shapes were whimsical and offbeat, yet conceived with utmost sincerity: Verner Panton’s 1970 Amoebe chair, Achille Castiglioni’s 1970 Primate 240 kneeling stool and Frank Gehry’s 1972 Wiggle Side Chair, are prime examples. These chairs were perhaps in part a spillover of the 1960s nonconformist idyll. As the decade progressed, the 1970s would be marked by war, corruption, strikes and rising unemployment. Read More

New Mylo Chair From JDD

It’s not often that a chair probably designed for workspace-environments catches our eye, but we really do like the shape and the fabric of the new Mylo range by JDD. Read More

Walter Knoll Chair Heaven

One sure fire way to make an office space or a co-working environment look instantly more agreeable, is to get gorgeous chairs in there. Walter Knoll, leaders in the office interior world for over 150 years, have created some of the furniture world’s most iconic pieces. Read More