The timelessness of wood meets the vitality of leather in the Lyon armchair by Enne, a seat that’s both ergonomic and elegant.
Like a flapper mid-dance, the Taglia armchair by Morada charms with movement. A swivel base ensures that dense skirt of nubuck leather fringes swirls with every turn.
Clean, sensuous, and weather defiant, the Drillium chair by Opiary is a marvel of ingenuity. Its form references the organic shape of bones, while the pockets atop each of its legs act as planters for live plants. Outdoor furniture just got more interesting.
A curved scoop… quartered oak… that square mesh caned base. There are many things to love about the Sway lounge chair by Thomas Pheasant for Baker McGuire.
Just like the bird it takes its name from, the Peacock chair by Dror Studio for Cappellini wants to be noticed. Those rippled folds of felt fabric are as eye-catching as a tail of feathers, and its sinuous curves defy physics.
Part of the Washington Collection by David Adjaye for Knoll, the Prism lounge chair and ottoman use geometry and pattern to design form. The pieces are intended as architectural objects that can be viewed from any side.
The Astair by Pierre Charpin for Ligne Roset is the art deco queen your living room needs.
From E Studio, the H chair nods to the symbolism of ancient South American cultures.
Sculptural yet inviting, the Yiban Yiban armchair by Dariel Studio is defined by its elegant frame.
Story by Luis R. Rigual