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The original idea behind the development of Waver (design by Konstantin Grcic) was to liberate the design from the conventions of familiar chair typologies: the new aesthetic of this swivel armchair draws on material properties and structural principles from the realm of outdoor sports. The energetic colours of the fabrics and the prominent emphasis of connections and functional elements give the chair a distinctly sporty character.Buy waver chair at Hive. Pics from http://www.vitra.com
Lyrically dramatic, the Opera Chair by Papatya brings a poetic presence to any room. It boasts a classic chair design brought current with modern materials allowing for an ethereal, translucent effect. A myriad of vibrant-hued options can be used to create a duo-tone, color-blocked effect on any chair, in soliids or translucents or a combination of the two.
The Opera-K Armchair in solid white and translucent blue.
Appropriate for both indoor and outdoor settings, the Opera-K Armchair and Opera-S Side Chair sit beautifully tableside in the dining room or fireside in the living room. The versatile modern Opera Chair fits beautifully with many interior and outdoor decor styles from modern to traditional to eclectic.
Below you'll find a few decorating ideas for bringing this elegant modern chair into your home.
Hans J. Wegners three-legged shell Chair CH 07 produced by Carl Hansen & Søn.was originally introduced in 1963. A few limited series were produced, but the project soon came to a stand still. The 90s brought a growing interest in chairs of more individual designs.
The design resulted from collaboration between the famous Bauhaus architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and his longtime partner and companion, architect and designer Lilly Reich, whose contributions have only recently been acknowledged.
An icon of modernism, the Barcelona chair's design was inspired by the campaign and folding chairs of ancient times.
Despite the industrial appearance the Barcelona chair requires much hand craftsmanship.
The AJ Table Lamp was designed by Arne Jacobsen, among other lighting fixtures, for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The AJ Table Lamp is on the same principles as the AJ floor, but due to the useability as a working desk lamp the shade has been expanded. The base of the table lamp was originally intended to accommodate an ashtray but now contributes solely to the design. The lamp is produced by Louis Poulsen.