Even a minimalist needs to relax. Here are the most striking designer chairs for the minimalist home, matched to the best of our modern minimalist designer wallpaper.
The Invisibles Light minimalist armchair - Tokujin Yoshioka
Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka launched this collection of transparent polycarbonate furniture at the Kartell showroom in Milan in 2010. Called The Invisibles, the collection included chairs, tables, armchairs and benches displayed within an installation at the store designed by Yoshioka.
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Avoa minimalist chair | Designer Pedro Paulo-Venzon
The motivation for the development of the Avoa Chair is autotelia. The challenge was to think of an object as a quote, a resumption of the minimal elements that form a chair: a seat, balance, economical use of surfaces. Avoa, as its name says, is on the verge of dispersion. It is about to fly.
This'd look great with our modern minimalist designer wallpaper, Focus.
Nissa Kinzhalina | Urban Philosophy minimalist Chair
Kinzhalina, who runs the studio NN Brand Design with fellow designer Anastassiya Leonova, creates furniture that tricks you into thinking it's not there. The duo's Urban Philosophy Chair, made of metal and translucent plastic, appears to be floating metal body, whose shape changes depending on the direction its viewed from.
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M3 minimalist Chair by Thomas Feichtner
At the Vienna Design Week 2011, Neue Wiener Werkstätte first showed the M3 Chair. This unique seating design by Feichtner follows on from his FX10 Lounge Chair, which has become a classic of Austrian design. While these two pieces share a geometric theme, the M3 Chair is built around an open, wooden cantilever construction.
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Charle & Ray Eames Lounge Chair Wood
In 1999, Time magazine declared the LCW one of the most influential designs of the 20th century. The original came from Charle's experiments designing plywood splints for the US air force - where he triued to use curves to mimic the shape of the human leg.
This'd look great with our modern minimalist designer wallpaper, Drawer.