Classics that will remain classics forever
It never gets boring, it never goes out of fashion and it creates the perfect basis for your interior: the design chair. It' s an obsession of many architects, designers and creative people. Nowadays, the design chair is more than just a place to sit, it's a key item for your home. We don't settle for comfort alone, we love chairs with personality.
And although we are fans of young and new talent, there are icons in the world of design that will always reappear – in every design, forever. The chairs below show exactly what we mean by timeless design. Classics that will remain classics forever, but which aren’t out of place nowadays.
Butterfly chair by Jorge Ferrari Hardoy, Antonio Bonet en Juan Kurchan.
Simplicity adorns. A stainless steel frame with a cover made of leather, textile or plastic. Better known as the Butterfly Chair or the BKF. Designed in 1938 by Jorge Ferrari Hardoy, Antonio Bonet and Juan Kurchan and still a true eye-catcher in your interior.
Tulip Chair by Eero Saarinen
In 1955, the battle of chair legs under a dining table came to an end. Finnish designer Eero Saarinen designed a chair that offered a solution to this problem: the Tulip Chair. A one-piece chair, without ugly legs. Epic. Flowing. Beautiful. In other words: the Tulip.
Garden Egg Chair van GHYCZY
A white lacquered armchair, made of plastic with a soft seat as a finishing touch. It’s the GHYCZY’s Garden Egg Chair, which was created in 1968 by Peter Ghyczy. A chair that is used both as an art object and for outdoor use. Fashion guru Karl Lagerfeld and MOMA in New York also have this work of art in their collection.
Flag Halyard van Hans Wegner
With this philosophy the Flag Halyard chair was born in 1950. Created by a dug hole in the sand to create the position of the most comfortable seat. A chair that stands for nonchalant expressiveness in addition to functionality. A strikingly futuristic design, handmade from the finest materials.
Wishbone Chair by Hans Wegner
Without a doubt one of Hans Wegner’s most famous works: the Wishbone Chair. A comfortable dining chair with the distinctive Y-shaped back. A design where simplicity at its core.