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Explore - Chairs
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 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,...
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...
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,...
Originally designed by Verner Panton in 1960, this polypropylene piece was updated by Vitra in 1999.
The genesis for the Carbon chair was the Carbon Copy, a prototype carbon-fiber replica of Charles and Ray Eames’s iconic Wire chair. This chair is completely hand coiled and is 100 percent carbon...
The aluminum De La Warr Pavilion chair was designed for the 2005 reopening of England’s modernist seaside landmark. While it can be used outdoors, an upholstered version is available, with the...
Bernett’s 2003 side chair rounds out a collection that also includes a lounge chair and bed. This chair is available in a wide range of coverings atop a choice of frames: an aluminum base with four...
The HP/1 (whose name stands for “hi pad”) is executed in Morrison’s typical understated manner. The molded seat is available in a wide range of fabrics and leathers and sits atop a satin stainless...
While the 1958 fiberglass originals fetch a steep prices on the collector’s market, today’s Swag Leg chair is easy to acquire and 100 percent recyclable.
Designed in 1960, the PK9 features a distinctive three-legged stainless steel base topped by a leather-covered seat of pressure-molded polyester.
This vaunted design was created for the 1940 MoMA exhibition “Organic Design in Home Furnishings.” The chair, which was the first to mold wood into complex curvatures and use the cycle-welding...
A grid of industrial-strength steel rods forms the back and seat of this iconic counter-height stool, launched by Harry Bertoia as part of his 1952 Seating Collection. An optional seat pad can snap...
Laser-cut metal / 14.75" diameter x 17.25" H (counter-height stool); 14.75" diameter x 30.25" H (bar-height stool)
Reinforced polypropylene / 18.5" W x 15.75" D x 32" H with 30.5" seat height.
Designer Norman Cherner created his molded plywood stools in the late 1950s. They are available in counter or bar height, and can feature either a wood or a metal base.
Powder-coated steel. available in black, red, aqua and ivory.
Designed by Philippe Starck in 2002 / Polycarbonate mold