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
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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. Wegner's CH25 Easy Chair is the only Wegner chair available with a papercord seat and back. The chair is a light and classic easy chair that goes well in the modern living room, sunroom or open kitchen. The chair's special leg profile probably give this Wegner classic chair it´s most distinctive feature.
Chaiselong in canvas with loose cushions and neck support in analin leather. Frame in chrome-plated steel. FK 87 Grasshopper chair/chaiselong is designed by Preben Fabricius & Jørgen Kastholm in 1968 and original produced by Kill International Germany.
Lange Production is proud to have the exclusive rights to resume production of this unique furniture, which is timeless yet captures the spirit of the age.
With his love of natural materials and his deep understanding of the need for furniture to be functional as well as beautiful, Hans J. Wegner (1914–1907) made mid-century Danish design popular on an international scale.
The American magazine Interiors featured The Chair on the cover and referred to it as “the world’s most beautiful chair”.
The chair rose to stardom when used in the televised presidential debates between Nixon and Kennedy in 1960 and has since been known simply as “The Chair”.
Flag Halyard Chair designed by Hans Wegner and produced by PP Furniture. With The Flag Halyard Chair, Hans Wegner acknowledges the early modernists such as Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, and Marcel Breuer, and proves that he too masters designs in chromium- plated steel pipes. Despite this gesture, the chair is still decidedly Wegner.
The Spanish Chair is Borge Mogensen’s (Wikipedia) masterly interpretation of a traditional type of chair often found in areas influenced by ancient Islamic culture – from Andalusia to northern India.
Mogensen drew inspiration from a trip to Spain in 1958. He modernised the shape, eliminating the elaborate carvings while retaining the important feature: the broad armrests that give the chair character and provide a practical place to put a glass or cup. The combination of oak and butt leather gives a strong, rustic appearance.
Fritz Hansen had an incredible display showcasing the NAP chair by Kasper Salto, from inspiration boards to prototypes to failed tests and more! It’s an inspiring way to see how much work and testing goes into a product that ends up so simple, functional, and beautiful. Fritz Hansen timeless aesthetic, discreet luxury and functionalism are very well suited for today’s demand for relevant design. They are focusing on well being and comfort and it shows with their new addition.