Top 5 Chairs
- Jessica Jungbauer
We’ve collected our five favorite chairs we stumbled upon lately and wanted to share them with you. They all have their signature features, if it’s a leather chair that ages over time or an adjustable chair that can be used from small to large – all of them have spiked our interest in one way or another. Have a look at our selection and enjoy!
Italian-based Kristalia created a chair honoring the design by Bartoli. Over time, the chair which is covered in leather will form a natural patina.
This chair was designed by Mikiya Kobayashi for Takumi Kohgei and is made from oak and walnut wood. Its signature feature is the back of the chair with a simple white rope.
‘Sink In’ was designed by K.S Design and can be adjusted depending on the user. To do so, it’s made of two wooden frames which are filled with sponges.
This chair was designed by Samwoong Lee, without him even knowing what he wanted to do with all the wooden sticks in the first place. To him, the chair is now an example of a work in progress.
The Lamino chair by Nudie Jeans is a celebration of the classic Swedese’s chair from the 1970’s. At the same time, it honors sustainable design with 100% organic cotton as denim wash.