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There is nothing better than curling up on a cozy chair and reading a book with a cup of hot coffee. A comfortable chair is a must, even when you’re catching up on work. Many people have wondered if a comfortable chair is really stylish. It is possible, we are confident!
Check out our A-listers to see why these are unquestionable proofs that style is not the only thing you should sacrifice.
Le Corbusier LC4 Chaise Longue
Charlotte Perriand, a French architect who worked at Le Corbusier’s offices in 1928, designed the iconic LC4 Chaise Longue. This remarkable piece of furniture is a testament to Le Corbusier’s famous idea that furniture should be seen as extensions of our limbs and adapted for human functions.
This is precisely how the Le Corbusier chair was designed, and the modern versions are identical to the original. This chair is even more comfortable because it can be adjusted from a nearly upright position to a fully reclining one. Let’s say you are interested in having one in your home. It will come as no surprise that the Museum of Modern Art has the original LC4 Chaise Langue. This chair is a great choice if you are looking for a classic shape and unbeatable coziness.
Hans Wegner “Papa Bear” Chair
Hans Wegner, a Danish furniture designer and architect, is one of the most prominent figures in the Danish mid-century furniture design movement. He invented the AP-19 chair in 1951, also known as the Teddy Bear Chair and the Papa Bear chair. It is playful and organic, just like many Wegner chairs.
Original production was done with beech wood. The back of the chair was made from 50 individually wrapped springs and padding with pure cotton and sterilized horsehair. The core of the seat was made from foam and rubber. It was made from foam and rubber until 1969, when it was out of production in Europe. The ottoman and chair were relaunched by PP Mobler, Denmark, in 2003 to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
The handcrafted versions of today’s models are made from solid wood frames, which are strong and well-joined. The soft upholstery is made from natural materials such as cotton fiber, flax fiber and horsehair. This all-time maximum comfort chair will make you feel like a bear hugging you.
The Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair
Arne Jacobsen designed the “Egg Chair” to give people privacy. It is easy to understand why this chair was created. Jacobsen created the Egg for SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, and other furniture pieces that have their own lives beyond the hotel realm.
The Egg chair features a high back with a tilt mechanism. This allows you to relax and lounge in a comfortable cocoon of privacy. This chair is extremely comfortable. His innovative pop interpretation of traditional armchairs, which emphasizes curves and fluidity is what makes this chair so unique.
The Womb Chair
After Florence Knolls asked for a Womb Chair, Eero Saarinen created it. Eero believed that the womb is the most comfortable. The original No. The original name of the chair was No. 70. It soon gained the nickname the Womb chair due to its organic and cozy form. This mid-century classic can be adjusted to support countless positions and provides a tranquil oasis of comfort.
The Womb chair’s unique appearance is not the only thing that makes it stand out. Its structure is also very innovative. The Womb chair is constructed from a single piece. By experimenting with different materials and techniques taken from shipbuilding, it is a stuffed, upholstered fiberglass shell which rests on a polished, chrome-steel frame. The first production of the chair was in 1948. It has been manufactured continuously by Knoll ever since. This is the best chair to use for reading or chilling out like a movie star.
The “Barcelona Chair”
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe designed the Barcelona chair in 1929 to complement the German Pavilion in the International Exhibition in Barcelona. Although the chair was not intended to be mass-produced it was eventually made. Many people love the Barcelona chair because it is simple, comfortable, functional and showcases steel’s technological wonders. The Barcelona Relax, Knoll’s new version of the Barcelona chair, is even more comfortable. This chair is stunning, that’s for sure. You can also get a modern status symbol by choosing a licensed model.
Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman
The Eames lounge chair is our last favorite, but not least. It is bold and big. We also love the matching ottoman. After years of research, Charles and Ray Eames created this unique furniture pair in 1956. This production was done by Herman Miller, a furniture company.
This chaise is unique because it offers elegant seating, comfort and historical value. It also serves as a status symbol. It is lighter and slimmer than traditional chaises. It consists of three molded plywood shells and leather seating. The Eames Lounge is a furniture piece that shows mid-century executive style and comfort.
We have compiled a list of chairs for you that are iconic and will enhance your living space. They will also provide comfort and support you while you use them. They are often expensive, but they are well worth the investment. Keep these A-listers in your mind next time you shop for chairs.