From a bright-hued chair to a vintage styled perforated number, take a peep at ten of our favorite seating choices with design in mind.
Zen Conference III, designed by Åke Axelsson, is availalbe with ash or stain legs, and fabric or leather upholstery.
- Industry Gallery in Washington DC is the only gallery dedicated to 21st-century design in the US, and they've got a new show up right now that's of some interest.
Spanish designer Jaime Hayón set out to create a sofa for Denmark's Fritz Hansen that was was visually arresting in the round, not just from one angle. He succeeded in his aesthetic endeavor, but we think that this plush design is best experienced as something you curl up into rather than simply cast your eyes upon.
Nendo's playful rustic-goes-modern armchair is a collaboration with venerable Italian brand Cappelini. The piece was introduced in Milan last year and now available for purchase, and its rounded antlers of olive ash and a taut seat of wool felt and leather would suit a mountain cabin or urban loft.
The deceptively slouchy seating collection by young Italian designer Luca Nichetto is meticulously pieced together and finished with black, red, yellow, or white macro zigzag stitching on one of 148 colors of upholstery.
The round, concrete landscape planter is finished with a raised geometric motif and a raw, sandblasted finish.