Designing and decorating a workspace or a home is not all about numbers and an appropriate and practical desk for a person’s work can be a challenge. It needs to be, first of all, comfortable. But that’s not exactly a task that needs to be done in a normal office. It’s a piece that you only have to finish when you lack inspiration. But there are some things that require inspiration and that usually result into items like the Chimo desk. It’s a chair that was designed by Federico Zanelato for Pernambuco Studio and it’s more than just a simple office chair.
Designed to be hanged on the wall, the desk features a series of internal steel legs which allow it to also include hanging external 3D objects in its structure. These are, in fact, a series of objects that are either made to look like and have designs inspired by nature or they are simply representations there. The external steel structure is, in this case, imprinted with flowers and plants spread throughout the desk.
The overall dimensions of the desk are 35’’ x 34’’ x 17’’. You can buy it for $325 which is impressive in terms of considering this is a small and simple desk. The design is sophisticated and successful, taking the form of a functional desk with plenty of storage space, a comfortable chair that perfectly aligns with the desk and all the little details are there to make your work experience pleasant and that will leave you feeling like you’ve entered a tranquil oasis.
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Whether you’re looking to spruce up your home or just add a fun touch to your decor, a great addition to a room is a piece that looks great. Today we’re looking at an office chair that looks grand, stunning, and is versatile. If you feel like getting to work late or need a place to sit during your workday, we have a fabulous collection of workplace inspiration that you might want to lean into.
Modern Studio Chair
Welcome to a contemporary bedroom with a whitewashed brick finish! This chair combines a chair that fits the traditional style of a bed with its solid frame and four legs. You might not have a need for it, but if you have the room, this is an ideal place to grab a nice afternoon or late afternoon that helps you get through your project. Check out the tutorial at Inhabitat.
Office Chair Made of Crugs
For an armchair with a touch of metal thrown in, try making the office chair yourself! It can be as simple as building a wooden pallet piece and a few tools, putting together the structure yourself, or just making the seat and backrest out of bags easily. Check out this great tutorial at Bohorick to find out how this pallet chair is built.
A Hay Railing Chair
If you have an ounce ofConstruction that other materials can’t handle, how about this design?! This bay-shaped chair by designer Dave Pickner uses Steel piping (also known as steel) to add a powdercoat finish to the form. This model comes with a steel support point for the top and a sturdy sturdy powder-coated base.
professional Swings and Chairs
A modern industrial sight with a twinkling steel star rail, the Volpe chair has a slim-legged design and four straight legs. The link legs have an oak-ene cast iron finish. Depending on the chair, it could be made from a stool, a recliner, or a swing chair.
A lack of armrests makes the Aveiro chair far more interesting, but its unusual design takes it to a whole new level. A table-style extension that extends from the back, the Aveiro chair is a stackable piece that friends and family can sit at the same time. It’s cool, yes, but it makes for a great chair when you want to encourage interaction!
The Fikunesgo chair by John Procario is a sculptural beauty that can be used in multiple ways and thanks to its three-dimensional shape, Procario adds up in style with the swiveling design of the chair. He calls it the “grunge Between Two World” because the base has two concentched layers that can be rotated in any direction to change position and angle. The upholstery option is available in both fabric and leather.
With ridges that are inspired by the human body, the innovative Colorful Lounge Chair by Mathias Erle propose an entirely different concept. Stroller and coop-inspired, the Lounge Chair has a back that sits directly on the floor, pushing the body forward and adding a luxurious design to the room. The upholstery in leather is available in three different colors: Smoke, Cherry, or Natural. A hard-wearing and durable material, the Lounge Chair 2.0 is an innovative new shape for a chair.
The classic Lounge Chair was conceived more than 50 years ago and still has much remained. Entering the ‘Enter until Bed’ renovation event of 1960, the Lounge Chair’s mission was to reinvent a chair from a more traditional piece of furniture and push the boundaries of thinking outside of the box. Designed by Italian architect Massimo Castagna, the Lounge Chair was chosen to highlight the differences in the market between the design of the piece and that of the furnishing it came with.
At the time of its design, the Lounge Chair was a revolutionary piece of modern furniture that had great potential. If you have the planet in mind, you may want to take a look at this innovative chair.