Totally unique, though-provoking and experimental, these chaises and lounge chairs will make you think twice before running to any old furniture store for your next purchase. They showcase originality and artistry without skimping on comfort and style.
La Chaise – The La Chaise is an iconic, sculptural chaise lounger originally created for a Museum of Modern Arts competition in 1948. It’s a material mix of molded fiberglass, wood and metal. It’s free-form look resembles a ghostly phantom, a breath of smoke or the petal of a calla lily blowing in the wind.
Coconut Lounge Chair – The name describes the look with perfection. The Coconut Lounge Chair resembles a coconut slice you can melt into. Made of molded fiberglass and fabric, it’s triangular shape looks edgy on the outside and cushy comfort on the inside. A stunning reproduction of the original 1955 design.
Wave Chair – An ergonomic, curvaceous shape made of one solid and plush foam block with a thick vinyl upholstery. The Wave Chair is molded to fit the shape of your body when it’s time to unwind and relax with perfection.
Ox Chair – Large and in-charge – the Ox Chair makes a strong presence wherever it goes. It’s boldly curved and contoured shape fully upholstered in a sleek leather fabric gives this lounge chair two large points above the rest.
Jorgen Hovelskov Harp Chair – A masterfully crafted rendition of an original piece designed by Danish visual artist Jorgen Hovelskov in 1963. The Harp Chair is a symphony of wood and rope beautifully orchestrated to resemble a harp instrument.
Why have any old lounge chair in your home when you can have one that feels great and looks even better – like a piece of modern art?!