The chairs, for many, are a simple functional element that allows us to sit to eat or study. For others, chairs are a piece of worship that allows us to finish giving the final touch to the atmosphere that we want to create in the living room, the bedroom or the kitchen.
Today, we want to do a quick run through five iconic chairs that have made history thanks to its spectacular design, and although decades have passed since its inception, are still relevant today. Do you know what they are?
Since the butterfly chair was born in Buenos Aires in the late 30s with acerio and leather with the signature of the Bonet, Ferrari Kurchan and architects have been many companies that have taken many versions in different colors and materials. The BKF chair brings a touch of modernity and design to any space, although in Nordic, industrial or vintage airy homes look great.
Comfortable, functional … the Eames chair is more fashionable than ever. In homes, and also in cafes and offices thanks to its versatility. The original model was created in 1948 by Charles and Ray Eames, and as we say, today we can see them in different colors in Nordic environments, vintage, minimalist … More than 50 years of life, and seemed born yesterday.
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As is the case with the Eames chair, the chair Tolix you the’ll find anywhere. From an industrial hall to a restaurant. But that does not remove so that we remain dazzled by this example of design, you can find it in any color.
Particulamente, I love the design of this chair for its versatility for dining rooms and kitchens or as supportive chair in a bedroom. This chair was created in 1944 by HansJ. Wagner, inspired by the Chinese chairs of the Ming Dynasty.
Wassily or Breuer Chair
Surely you have seen it a thousand and one times in waiting rooms, offices and medical consultations. We are talking about the Breuer chair. And although it seems that was born yesterday by the modern and sophisticated design, really, this chair was created by Marcel Breuer in the 20s inspired by the tubular structure bicycles. Great, right?