Published at Tuesday, March 28th 2017, 02:10:59 AM by Fanchone Rossignol. Chair
Looking to the gingko leaf for imagination, this split‐back chair manages to reference nature without feeling all that natural. The most modern design of the bunch, this chair hovers above the floor. With solely three legs below it, it’s no surprise that it senses lighter than air. I love the wit behind the name of this chair ‐ the eyes must refer to those two perfect buttons on the back, right? The name gives it an extra dose of personality. Repeating tubes look funky also graphic, adding a bit of humor to a more casual dining area. Striking in its simplicity, this T‐back chair would be beautiful in a grouping surrounding a large colorless dining table. A new near to a bentwood look, with striations of the walnut adding a subtle motif that keeps it modern. As I plan my new office, I‘d like to see this chair at my desk. The repeated lines establishing the patterned rear of this seat are mesmerizing as well as look elegant. Simple plus iconic, the About a Chair is available in several variations, but I love the basic black for its versatility.
Something amazing frequently happens in Northern European sketch. Whatever the reason, the design companies here ‐ all with Danish roots ‐ are making their mark with beautiful chairs in a spirited Danish aesthetic. Split backs, muscular repeating lines, floating seats with organic shapes win out with these design finds. Whether you scan to Hay, Gubi, Fredericia or Erik Joergensen, you‘ll find chairs that perch tall above your norm chair. Each of these chairs discovered a moment of design difference, whether it’s exploring a different form, finding the play between rear also seat, or an element in the legs themselves.
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