Lounge Chairs

Add everlasting style to your home with one of these design classics

19 Oct 2014 words by Sophie McKinley in Design & Architecture

From the stately Bergere, Windsor and Chippendale chairs of the 18th century, to today's modern design classics, age and era does not define iconicism but rather style, shape and material. Sit back in one of these modernist lounge chairs and make a timeless statement.

MART, B&B Italia, designed by Antonio Citterio
MART, B&B Italia, designed by Antonio Citterio: An experimental, tech-savvy approach produced this thermoformed leather seat, cupping your body in a soft and comfortable shell.
470 PILOTTA, Cassina, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni
470 PILOTTA, Cassina, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni: Dordoni's 2007 release evokes classic lines and fluidity through an open-pore ashwood frame and masculine leather upholstery.
LA CHAISE, Vitra, Designed by Charles & Ray Eames
LA CHAISE, Vitra, Designed by Charles & Ray Eames: Inspired by the elegant contours of Gaston Lachaise's Floating Figure sculpture, the Eames' 1948 chair is a timeless icon of the 20th century.

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