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 of 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 aluminum 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.