Furniture shows always tend to bring you the latest insights into the latest design trends. They give you the opportunity to inspect and experience the ultimate furniture that have been created, while also giving you the insights of the designers and the manufacturers who always struggle to continue innovating with new forms and improved ergonomics.
A chair is the second most frequent piece of furniture, other than your bed, that you use in your daily life. This year, many designers have and are reinventing the chair segmenting the seat into several floating sections.
Depicted below is a selection of innovative chair designs that were launched at NeoCon 2011. These latest trends in chair designs will help you in outlining the classic form the usual.
One of the latest chair designs taut at the NeoCon show this year was the Ginko chair by Davis Furniture. It is designed by Jehs and Laub and is a new classic plywood shell occasional chair.
As the name suggests, the Chakra Chair by Karim Rashid is specially designed to enhance wellness after a long day of sitting by supporting the body’s charkas, or pressure points. It is innovative and also a bit more radical. It explodes the seat and backrest into perfectly positioned segments.
The Leaf Modular series from Arcadia are manufactured in maple, oak and walnut. This lounge and love seat models feature a floating seat that is supported by a minimalist metal frame that adds to its sophistication and overall appeal. Its metal frame is also available in options such as chrome and powder coat finish.
This unique lounge seating is from Allermuir’s Freeflow series. Its organic and curving features and distinctive bull-nosed upholstery offers a contrast to more formal modular bench systems. In addition to being a stylish, striking and distinctive bench system, Freeflow reflects performance and comfortability while also not compromising with innovative designs.