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Explore - Chairs
Sibling rivalry is rough. What to do when you’re related to the Gebrüder Thonet Vienna Café chair (No. 18), one of the most recognizable seats of the last 178 years? Straighten up and stand tall,...
Inspiration is unpredictable: Thankfully, the muse for Jasper Morrison’s leisurely curled and wooden-slatted Low chair was a found wine crate and not a discarded box of Franzia.
This chair was initially released in 1948 with the catchy title No. 70 and later became known as the Womb chair thanks to its inviting embrace. A padded and upholstered fiberglass shell sits on a...
The undersized J.J. was created to complement Citterio’s oversize Arne sofas. Steel rods support a stained oak frame, between which a series of crisscrossed seatbelt-like bands make up the seat,...
The brothers Bouroullec conceived the angular Facett range much like a piece of origami—its unique stitched cover unfolding into a single sheet. It’s available in a range of fabrics, and the...
The unusual name for Häberli’s chair comes from artist Paul Klee’s description of drawing. The chair’s steel frame is covered with injected polyurethane foam. Upholstering options vary. Base...
With its gentle curves, Ola (or “wave”) earns its name ably. The chair is made from rigid polyurethane upholstered with foam and a fixed cover of either stretched Lycra or leather.
Designed in 1948, this was the first plastic chair to be mass produced. Today's chairs are true to the originals and are fully authentic, with updated materials to meet environmental requirements....
A trio of untreated woods—ash, hoop pine, and plywood—were used for this sculptural occasional chair.
Team 7's recent release is made of plywood from sustainably harvested wood and is finished only with herbal oil and wax.
Is it better to look good or to feel good? Franco Albini worked for almost 15 years to perfect the classic Luisa chair, a striking seat that has it both ways.
This club chair, new from Jonathan Adler, is a two-tone creation atop blackened iron legs. Available in leather and linen, as seen here, or upholstered in a single fabric.
Made by female workers in Botswana, where Mabeo is based, and under economically and environmentally sustainable conditions, this colorful new line of crafted furniture by Patty Johnson is designed...
Kartell's indoor/outdoor Lizz chair—similar to Starck's La Marie, but designed with comfort in mind—finally arrived stateside in 2008 in seven glossy techno-polymer colors.
Rest assured, this Heritage Rocking Armchair from Emeco is built to last. Put through 77 separate steps to make sure it's sit-worthy, this modern classic was designed by Mr. Impossible himself,...
As a young Dutch designer, Ineke Hans is practically required to produce work that is playful and ironic. She did not disappoint at the Milan Furniture Fair in 2007, when Cappellini introduced her...
Mini-e is a child-sized replica of the1956 Eames lounge and ottoman by Charles and Ray Eames. This is one piece in a range of mini mid-century replica chairs suitable for kids 2 - 12 years of age...
Settle into Vegetal, a plastic chair whose seat is modeled after trees in 19th-century gardens that were pruned into functional furniture. It works both indoors and out, providing the ideal repose...
When is a name not merely a name but instead a point of pride, a way of life, a categorical imperative, and an honorable title to uphold? When that name is Lazy Bastard, and the chair in question...
It takes a strong design to hold its own against Fritz Hansen’s long line of classics, but RIN is at least named for the task (it means “to appear courageous” in Japanese).