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Entries in modern chairs (11)


Scene XXL Easy Chair by Montis

A large seat stands lightly on thin metal legs.

Scene XXL is compact but high and offers the privacy needed in open spaces. A slender backrest folds around the seating element as a raised collar. Because of the round backs, one person can sit in different positions without having to move anything. Its high compact seat, its elegant curvaceous back and cushions make the Scene XXL a lively display in big or small spaces. Scene XXL is very suitable for public spaces, lobbies and waiting rooms.

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Tamashii Chair by Anna Stepankova

The inspiration for a dining chair Tamashii comes from a Japanese veneer technique called Bunaco.

The goal of Anna Štěpánková was to discover all possibilities that this technique offers and apply gained knowledge in an innovative way. In her work, she puts an emphasis on a handmade experimenting with a wooden material. Anna’s aim was to design a chair which would be connecting use of a traditional technique in a modern design and wished to point out a sense of this combination. The Tamashii chair, besides other things, is a part of a concept - Buy a chair, get a tree - which is the manifestation of responsibility towards environment and a life cycle of the product. Her intention was to give her own story and energy to this piece of furniture, which she believes is highly important for a product to have. 

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The Eclectic Pushkar Chair By Deborah Swift

This vibrant chair was inspired by the colourful festivals held in Pushkar situated in Rajasthan.

It is covered in a patchwork of Designers’ Guild designs and other quality fabrics. It has a solid beechwood frame with a sprung seat. Traditionally upholstered by craftsmen in our workshop in the heart of England.

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The Dommes Dining Chair by Munna Design


Designed to claim its place in the living room.  The Dommes Chair is powerful,  truly provacative and charasmatic.

Modern and classic. Elegant and transcendent.Timeless and contemporary. Fetiche collection is more than just a set of objects; it is an intimate experience expressing the high quality of living for home
and hospitality. Each piece reflects a particular energy, full of lust and pleasure which involves the surrounding environment. 

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The Zoie Chair by HSTUDIO

The Zoie Chair mixes comfort and style to create a piece that will fit into any space.

The Zoie Chair is available in a wide range of upholstery fabrics and choice of acrylic, wood, or steel legs. It also has a sturdy wood frame construction.  Decorative options include button tufting, decorative brass studs, and Swarovski crystal accents.  The style is also available as a sofa, loveseat and ottoman for a living room set.

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Caprice Armchair by Munna Design

Caprice, an armchair with simple and clever shapes that fits perfectly in any interior.

We love the Caprice armchair by Munna Design.  This modern armchair is simple yet elegant.  This is another piece from Munna’s Fetiches Collection which is simply stunning to say the least.  Caprice is upholstered in pure white synthetic leather and the legs are finished with a beautiful white lacquer.  If you like the Caprice armchair, check out our other posts on Munna Design.

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Anemone Armchair by Gianearlo Zema

Swimming as funny fishes in a warm sea full of shapes and then feeling safe in a colorful anemone.  

This modern armchair is the inspiration that led the architect Gianearlo Zema to design for the prestigious Giovannetti Collezioni a soft and sprightly armchair of high sculptural value.  Realized in polyurethane foam with bearing structure in treated steel and rotating base, cover in elastic fabrics.  It has been exhibited during the Milan Design Week 2011 in a very appealing installation at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Brera and as part of the famous Farnesina Design Collection has also been shown from may 20th to September 3rd, 2011 at the Ara Pacis Museum in Rome.

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SNOOPY Armchair and Sofa by Iskos-Berlin

”We wanted to design a compact but comfortable “family” of sofas that harked back to classic soft furniture styles – especially to the post WW2 period”.

SNOOPY’s sculptural language is simple and clear. There are just two elements – a horizontal “pillow” for a seat and a vertical “duvet” at the back that wraps around the seat, embracing it from the sides.
Marked piping is used to accentuate its shape in a natural way, giving it an easily recognizable design “signature”.  SNOOPY doesn’t demand much space and fits easily into smaller rooms.  SNOOPY is constructed and produced following the finest traditions of craftsmanship for this type of furniture.

SNOOPY was designed by Iskos-Berlin for Versus

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