An architectural amalgamation of artisanal shapes and angles results in some of the season’s liveliest seating. Interconnected wood blocks, cleverly arched legs or a built-in shelf distinguish low slung looks. Sink into a rotating Art Deco-inspired chair set atop a metallic swivel. Modern profiles in black and coral or navy and chrome are daringly different yet completely irresistible. Even an end table featuring hammock- like insets echoes the invitation to relax, repose and repeat.
The Platonic Lounge Chair frame is made of walnut and stainless steel, the seat is made from Avonite Surfaces.
Isokon Plus re-launched the Breuer armchair design with Eleanor Pritchard’s upholstery in Chillerton.
Supernova swivel chair upholstered in Crete-midnight.
Fairfax Lounge Chair designed by Colin Tury, brass seat and steel frame.
Gerrit Rietveld’s Red Blue Chair (1919) Beech and plywood, original paint. This example made in 1956-63 by Gerard van de Groenekan.
Wassily by Marcel Breuer (1925), 80th-Anniversary edition in navy and gold.
Arc Lounge Chair by Moving Mountains. Solid cherry wood and veneer and linen.
Sling Fling Tall Mango wood with camel-colored faux leather slings.
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