子宮椅 - 沙裡寧 Womb Chair – Saarinen
History: The Womb Chair is probably one of the most comfortable Saarinen chairs in history. Made in 1948 as a request by Florence Knoll, the chair was manufactured just for and by her!
必比登椅 - 艾琳灰色 Bibendum Chair – Eileen Gray
History: The Eileen Gray Bibendum Chair is one of a kind for its form and function with its tubular torso and plush lounge seating. It was created in the early 1920’s for a millionaire who commissioned Eileen Gray to design her home from the ground up.
佛羅倫薩主席 - 佛羅倫薩克內爾 Florence Chair – Florence Knoll
History: This 1954 Florence Chair was part of a collection by Florence Knoll known as “fill-in pieces” which were clean lined and boxy but became modern classics because of the versatility they offer
椰子椅 - 喬治納爾遜 Coconut Chair – George Nelson
History: Another modern classic is the Coconut Chair by George Nelson who began designing furniture for Herman Miller in the 60’s. This iconic design resembles a coconut and is super comfortable to lounge in.
Coconut Chair usage: The Coconut chair is the perfect focal point for any room and would happily stir up conversation with anyone who feasts their eyes on it.
威什伯恩主席 - 韋格納 Wishbone Chair – Wegner
History: The Wishbone Chair was designed in 1950 by Hans Wagner. This boney chair was thoughtfully crafted with a practical purpose for every back rail and armrest.
Risom躺椅 - Jens Risom Risom Lounge Chair – Jens Risom
History: The Risom Lounge Chair designed by Jens Risom in 1941 is the most casual high end lounge chair of its time! Inspired by Scandinavian design and using woven cotton webbing with wood, this design has become a classic in defining modern casual living.
LC4超硬躺椅 - 勒柯布西耶 LC4 Chaise Lounge – Le Corbusier
History: Also known as ‘the resting machine’, the LC4 lounge chair gives you a lot to rest your eyes on. Designed by one of the great pioneers of modern architecture and furniture design, Le Corbusier really nailed the essence of relaxation with this one in 1928. This lounge chair was far beyond its time and still resembles a post modern piece of art, which coincidentally is permanently displayed at the Modern Museum of Art in New York City.
LC2和LC3的單人沙發 - 勒柯布西耶 LC2 and LC3 Armchair – Le Corbusier
History: The LC2 Petit Armchair is the mini-me version of the Grand Comfort Chair designed by Le Corbusier in 1928. The difference between the two are that the LC2 is more compact, and the LC3 has down-wrapped cushions that create a softer look and feel. They both possess highly dense seating and a cube shaped body with a cut out for seating that provides maximum comfort in small spaces where design should never be compromised in the absence of floor space.
LC2 and LC3 Armchair usage: The chair works nicely in a modern space against brilliant hardwood floors and a collection of eclectic accessories you’ve acquired from your travels abroad.
LC7扶手椅 - 勒柯布西耶 LC7 Armchair – Le Corbusier
History: Le Corbusier was one of the most influential architects of the 20th Century and still managed to pull off some of the greatest furniture designs in history. The LC7 armchair has the perfect proportions for a chair composed of mostly polished chrome frame.
瓦西裡椅 - 馬塞爾布羅伊爾 Wassily Chair – Marcel Breuer
History: Designed in 1925 by Marcel Breuer, the Wassily chair is artistic, funky and timeless with its lightweight construction and dynamic lines. Also known as the Model B3, the Wassily was revolutionary for the manufacturing methods and innovative use of bent steel tubes and canvas.
Wassily Chair usage: With an urban flair, this sculptural chair would be stand out amongst natural materials like stone, brick and wood and would compliment any living or dining space in a modern home.
小鬱金香椅 - 保蘭 Little Tulip Chair – Paulin
History: Pierre Paulin designed the little Tulip chair in 1965 which was a spinoff of the big Tulip chair. Its back and arms open up like a flower blooming away from the seat.
Little Tulip Chair usage: The little Tulip makes a great side, dining and desk chair and would look great in a modern or traditional space.
錐主席 - 弗納潘 Cone Chair – Verner Panton
History: The Cone Chair by Verner Panton is popular for its cone shaped silhouette and striking color. It was designed for a Danish restaurant in 1956 but today is used in many settings including bars, lounges, hotel lobbies, and conference rooms.
Cone Chair usage:This fun chair would be stunning in a lounge or office since the base in on a swivel and the back is tall enough for a king or queen.
心椅 - 弗納潘 Heart Chair – Verner Panton
History: Similarly flamboyant is the Verner Panton Heart chair which was made a year after the Cone and given its name for obvious reasons. Given a contemporary interpretation of the classic wing chair, the Heart has retro style and seems fitting in open spaces with high ceilings like restaurants, bars, and hotels.
S椅子 - 弗納潘 S Chair – Verner Panton
History: This classic award winning chair called the Panton S chair by Verner Panton was created in 1967 and is quite popular among modern design aficionados. Panton created the first single-form injection-molded plastic chair and went on to design the S chair for the demand of its eye catching curves.
S Chair Usage: This chair looks amazing in any style home as a dining or office chair and complimented with classic accents to balance the modern sleekness of this chair.
電暈主席 - 保羅 Volther Corona Chair – Paul Volther
History: The Corona Chair by Paul Volther was produced in 1968 and is simply a striking piece of furniture with its seemingly floating spine. Originally crafted from solid oak, different materials were trialed to find that steel was the best way to mass produce it.