Cool designer chairs to admire
Today’s post about designer chairs is part of our series of original chairs. We are always fascinated by the imaginative design of some of these pieces of furniture. Very often the genius lies in the simple simplicity. Although many of these chairs look very bizarre and not really stable, they actually have an ergonomic and physically robust construction.
Take a look at Nina Bruun’s Nest chair below, for example. Inspired by nature, this designer chair is characterized by its loose shape. Birch strips were wrapped around the frame. The whole thing looks chaotic and at the same time very natural.
In there you feel safe and comfortable
The Pipo chair by Alejandro Setrada for Piegatto continues to be just as refined and supple. Made of plywood, this piece of furniture has an elegant wave shape that can be inscribed in any modern interior.
Optimal ergonomics and first class design
The Diwani chair by AE Superlab – oriental inspiration made of birch wood
One notices the influence of the Arabic calligraphy art at Diwani. The curved lines of the oriental characters give the chair design a mystical aura and take us into the mysterious distance.
The curve continues with the Curvy chair by Edoardo Benamor Duarte
Modern, minimalist idea from Gerling Living
The folding of Mr. Simon surprises with optimal flexibility and space for saving functions
The Flow chair by designers Cheng Tsung Fenf and Kao Min Chen
This reclining chair flows as easily as a river made of bamboo strips. It’s just perfect for relaxing in the garden or on the terrace. Of course, you can also use it indoors.
The pinnacle of functional minimalism in our chair collection is Urban Philosophy
This unique creation by Nissa Kinzhalina fascinates with the ingenious simplicity of acrylic. There is a black stripe on the outer edge and depending on the angle from which the chair is viewed, it shows different profiles.
Stay with us and choose your favorites from our chair collection. Which design do you like best? Which interior style do you prefer?
The Maya chair by Arya Alfieri
The oyster – smart, fold-out idea from Kawamura Ganjavian
Colorful Pegas chairs from distant Shanghai
The staircase chair by Robert van Embricqs
The funny robo creation by Brad Benke for Stahl Architects
Sophisticated, Japanese chair design – Saji by Laura Kishimoto
Woven silk armchair from Alvi Design
Steam and its organic forms by Bae Sehwa
You will find original and practical chair covers at Bernotat & Co
Stackable and functional – the Twain chairs by Marina Lothigius