3 chair interpretations

Someone told me that chairs are the symbols of design.

Here are 3 new ways to look at them.

 

1. Material perspective

Uncomplicated, sculptural stools are versatile enough to complement any space. Mounted on castors, they tuck neatly under tables and double as small tables. MARTHA STURDY resin is non-porous, scratch resistant and withstands abuse better than glass and wood. – view product.

 

2. Functional perspective

Birds of a feather flock together is the principle behind La Subtile‘s Tabouret, with its light, regular lines. The Tabouret is characterized by an airy profile, delicate forms and the strength of its metallic composition.

Depending on occasion and mood, one Tabouret can embrace others to form a graphical medley, a bench offering a play of visual rhythms in its colorful, geometric assembly.

Its unusual form and clever use awaken curiosity and stimulate the imagination. – view product.

 

3. Form perspective

Bivalvia chair is inspired by seashell. Its elegant and unique design makes it perfect for every kitchen or living room. – view product.

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Andra Magda

Writer with a degree in Psychology, living in the heart of Transylvania, I freelance for companies and publications.

I write about work, failure, personal experiments, and creative industries.

I don't use social media, but I do share updates via my monthly newsletter. It’s like a magazine, delivered to your inbox.

Andra Magda

Writer with a degree in Psychology, living in the heart of Transylvania, I freelance for companies and publications.

I write about work, failure, personal experiments, and creative industries.

I don't use social media, but I do share updates via my monthly newsletter. It’s like a magazine, delivered to your inbox.