These 7 chair designs are the living proof that furniture can be called Art – It’s only normal in the interior design industry to associate furniture design to art. I mean they do have a similar process of creation that consists on grabbing materials, colors or drawings and transform them into unique objects whose aim is to convert anything into something beautiful.
A mere chair design can be turned into a stunning art object in the right hands. A skilled craftsman and designer can mold, with the right techniques and imagination, a furniture design that contains the perfect balance between artistry and comfort. And that’s precisely what these 7 chair designs have in common. Take a look.
EMPORIUM by Boca do Lobo
Drawing inspiration from the surrealist movement, cast in a unique shape with intricate details, this exclusive chair design by Boca do Lobo radiates a sense of fun, yet maintaining its sophisticated character. It was molded in traditional craftsmanship techniques and is available in Gold or silver plated aluminium alloy.
Cut Chair by Peter Bristol
A plate concealed by a thick carpet allows a robust cantilevered seat. Three well placed leg “stumps” and the chair looks as though it has just been magically sliced apart. Incredible!
Coffee Chair by Sunhan Kwon
Breaking away from the general symmetry of a chair, the seat appears like a silhouette of a coffee mug on a saucer, whose handle can be used as a hook for draping a jacket or hanging a bag.
Ghost Chair by Studio Drift
The ghost is a futuristic concept of a chair, 3-dimensionally captured within the boundaries of reality. It gives you a bit of a dramatic feeling: unbelievable, high-tech, but beautiful. The plexiglass chairs have ghost-like forms inside them, created with laser technology.
Peacock Chair by uufie
“Peacock” is made from a type of acrylic composite with the ability to transform under heat, but requires a delicate process involving manipulating a single sheet within minutes. Capturing a fluid moment as the material is stretched by hand.
Hybrid Chairs by Merve Kahraman
This anthro chair design unions with its owner, merging into one. It is entirely handmade, a special leather with rare patterns has been selected and a textured paint finish has been applied on wood to mimic the appearance of a deer and create an animalistic feeling on the user.
Enchanted by Koket
Its antique gilded branch-like structure can’t help but mesmerize the beholder. Upholstered in lux velvet, complimenting a cast brass oxidized gold plated frame, the Enchanted chair is poetic in all its forms.