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Pinterest Board of the Day: Chair Design

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Presenting a mix of modernist icons and future classics, our Pinterest board devoted to modern chairs is well worth a follow. Catch a glimpse of some of our favorites in today's slideshow.
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  The minuscule chair by Danish designer Cecilie Manz debuted at the Salone in April 2012.
Photo courtesy Republic of Fritz Hansen. (Pin)
 
 
 

    The minuscule chair by Danish designer Cecilie Manz debuted at the Salone in April 2012.

    Photo courtesy Republic of Fritz Hansen. (Pin)

     

     

     

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  The Bunny Lounge Chair by Bend. Via Bend Seating. (Pin)

    The Bunny Lounge Chair by Bend. Via Bend Seating. (Pin)

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  The 1952 experiment of Harry Bertoia remains fresh to this day. Via Knoll. (Pin)
 

    The 1952 experiment of Harry Bertoia remains fresh to this day. Via Knoll. (Pin)

     

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  The live/work-friendly Hosu Chair by Patricia Urquiola for Coalesse. Originally featured here at Dwell. (Pin)

    The live/work-friendly Hosu Chair by Patricia Urquiola for Coalesse. Originally featured here at Dwell. (Pin)

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  The Jade Chair by Christopher Pillet makes use of turquoise leather instead of traditional canvas. (Pin)

    The Jade Chair by Christopher Pillet makes use of turquoise leather instead of traditional canvas. (Pin)

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  Settle into Vegetal, a plastic chair by the Bouroullec Brothers whose seat is modeled after trees in 19th-century gardens that were pruned into functional furniture. (Pin)
 

    Settle into Vegetal, a plastic chair by the Bouroullec Brothers whose seat is modeled after trees in 19th-century gardens that were pruned into functional furniture. (Pin)

     

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  The iconic Wassily chair (also called the Model B3), by Marcel Brueur, shown here in pristine white. (Pin)

    The iconic Wassily chair (also called the Model B3), by Marcel Brueur, shown here in pristine white. (Pin)

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  Another beautiful chair by the renowned Bouroullec Brothers, the Slow Chair. (Pin)

    Another beautiful chair by the renowned Bouroullec Brothers, the Slow Chair. (Pin)

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