Top 5 Emblematic Chairs
The importance of chairs is reflected in the fact that the variety of chairs is greater than for any other single household object. Unconsciously, we use chairs for much more than a place to rest our bottoms. We chose chairs to express our individuality and status and to demonstrate our good taste. For this post, We have a put together a collection of the most emblematic chairs in high demand in the last decade. All available at our NK showroom.
< Gubi Beetle Chair:
Taking inspiration from the four-legged creature – the beetle, GamFratesi has been looking closely at its characteristic elements: shape, shells, sutures, rigid outside and soft inside. The comfortable yet dynamic design makes the Beetle Chair suitable for multiple environments whether it is in the home or the workplace.
Pierre Jeanneret Teak & Cane >
When Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret devised a teak-and-cane chair in the 1950s, his reasoning was simple: The people needed seats. The chair’s V-shaped legs, hewn from humidity- and bug-resistant Burma teak by local artisans, were sturdy. And their durability would be put to the test decades later in Chandigarh, India, the utopian city created by his cousin Le Corbusier.
Ames Circo Chair >