The chair is often a designer’s opportunity to represent their individuality and for that reason, are many singular seats worthy of attention. Find unique modern chairs at Boca do Lobo Blog and take a seat in this cool chairs that include modern design chairs made of unique repurposed materials.
The popular Ball chair would start the career of Finnish designer and innovator Eero Aarnio. Designed in 1966, the unique Ball chair’s futuristic design prevails a lasting representation of 1960s pop culture. The fiberglass Ball Chair is manufactured by Eero Aarnio Originals.
Imperfectio armchair is the expression of imperfect aesthetic, the appeal of that which is authentic art that is truer to life. Imperfectio armchair praises artisanal work as the ultimate form of art that is quite intentionally imperfect. Through its unique existence and shapes, Imperfectio armchair determines its own history. The irregularities and flaws over the manual hammered brass expose the beauty of imperfection. Some parts are roughly asymmetrical at the surface yet comfortable and smooth in a peculiar way to excite a desire for complementing your living room.
A clear acrylic bubble, Eero Aarnio’s Bubble Chair is enclosed by a bright solid stainless steel ring. Aarnio thought the view of a see-through ball, where light penetrates from all places. He decided to hang his Bubble chair from the roof, thinking ‘there is no nice way to make a clear pedestal.’
Blå Station is a Swedish family business, founded by furniture designer Börge Lindau. Blå Station created Dent Wood chair, designed by o4i design studio. Despite its unusual design, the Dent Wood’s seat molds to the forms of the body. Aesthetically-speaking, the chair defies concepts of smooth, flowing and beautiful design, its beauty resting in the eye of the beholder.
Nelson Coconut Lounge Chair
Designed in 1955, George Nelson’s Coconut Lounge Chair prevails an entertaining and original design classic and an excellent symbol of modernism’s standing on midcentury American furniture.
The Pythagoras chair was created by Sander Mulder for Italian manufacturer Kubikoff. Inspired by origami methods, Pythagoras is produced applying laser cut aluminum, with bent triangulated lines—hence the name—serving both functional and artistic goals.
Founded in 2014 by Thomas Ibsen, Danish company PLEASE WAIT to be SEATED is based on many factors, including an enthusiasm for shapes and architecture, and the legacy of Denmark’s design masters. Despite the Keystone chair’s postmodern look, it was created freshly by Sophie Mensen and Oskar Peet. The Keystone was inspired by three components of a Roman bridge: spanners, building blocks and the keystone.
The Poppe easy chair for Blå Station is designed with an ‘exact sitting angle’ and a small shell, its slim figure is ideal for the tightest of spaces. Solely quirky, Poppe is available in various designs; but, the Poppe version with an encircling arm support is perhaps the most whimsical member of the Poppe family.
The 808 lounge chair was designed in 2015 by Munich-based design studio Formstelle for heritage brand Thonet. Reinterpreting the traditional wing chair, the 808 compares a feeling of openness with a feeling of quiet and a place in which to escape.
Manufacturing furniture since 1934, Netherlands-based Leolux has gathered an excellent collection of charming designs. One such piece is the Pallone armchair, a playful seat created in 1989 by Roy de Scheemaker. Futuristic and completely captivating in its display, Pallone is available in three sizes.