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La Marie Chair

La Marie Chair

The world's first completely transparent chair, formed in a single polycarbonate mould. La Marie is an ingenious combination of lightness and strength and is scratch and shock resistant.

Films:

Layer Cake,
Modernist Club Chair

Modernist Club Chair

design by Geoffrey Harcourt france, France circa Several club chairs each featuring frames in chromed steel from which hang square bucket shaped seats look alike half bathtub with integrated arm and back rests in their origin... read more

Films:

2001: A Space Odyssey,
The Djinn chair

The Djinn chair

An important design of the "Modernist" style. It was created by French designer Olivier Mourgue. Originally called the "Low fireside chair",[ it is also commonly referred to as the "2001" chair, because of its prominent appeara... read more

Films:

2001: A Space Odyssey,
Womb chair

Womb chair

Eero Saarinen's 1948 Womb chair, made exclusively for Knoll, displays the Finnish-born designer's flair for challenging rules, breaking molds and setting new standards for modern design. The Womb chair constructed of foam ove... read more

Films:

Down with Love (2003),
Cherner Side Chair

Cherner Side Chair

The Cherner Chair is still regarded as one of the most dramatic designs utilizing the technology of molding plywood. Like the 1958 original, the Cherner side chair utilizes a molded plywood seat with a unique construction of la... read more

Films:

Castle,
Little Tulip Cross Base

Little Tulip Cross Base

This version of the famous Little Tulip chair has a chromed aluminum cross base. As with the swivel base version the seat cover is available in fabric, leather or foe-leather. This beautiful piece of design was created by Pie... read more

Films:

Mad Men,
Bertoia Side Chair

Bertoia Side Chair

Harry Bertoia's 1950 experiment with bending metal rods into practical art produced a revered collection of seating, including the exquisite Bertoia side chair. Innovative, comfortable and strikingly handsome, the chair's delic... read more

Films:

Castle, Gossip Girl,
La Chaise

La Chaise

Charles and Ray Eames designed La Chaise in 1948 for a competition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, inspired by "Floating Figure", a sculpture by Gaston Lachaise. It is the unbelievable elegance of this assertive seatin... read more

Films:

Castle,
Tulip armchair

Tulip armchair

In the 1950s, architect and modern furniture designer Eero Saarinen set forth a goal, to create a new visual appeal to dining chairs and dining tables. He successfully, revolutionized the way people designed dining chairs. The ... read more

Films:

Gainsbourg (Vie héroïque), The Red Eagle, Monty Python Flying Circus The Argument Sketch, Mad Men,
Brno Tubular Chair

Brno Tubular Chair

The Brno chair has become a modern furniture classic. It has very clean lines, consisting of a steel frame in a single piece, bent into a C-shape from the middle of the back, round past the front edge of seat (to create arms), ... read more

Films:

Dirty Sexy Money,
Chestefieldr Armchair

Chestefieldr Armchair

Modern version of traditional English Chesterfield sofa, naturally lighter and more slender than its historical predecesor.It gives an opportunity to rediscover Edwardian period for both modern and classic interios, hotels and ... read more

Films:

Gainsbourg (Vie héroïque), Dirty Sexy Money,
Walnut Eames DCM

Walnut Eames DCM

Dining Chair, Metal Legs. This 29 1/2" high molded plywood chair has natural face veneers and maple inner plies. It has a polished chrome-plated 4-leg base and self leveling nylon glides. Sculpted form. Molding thin sheets of l... read more

Films:

Twilight,
Butterfly Chair, B.K.F, Hardoy Chair

Butterfly Chair, B.K.F, Hardoy Chair

A butterfly chair, also known as a BKF chair, is a style of chair featuring a folding frame and a large cloth sling hung from the frames highest points. This design is popular for portable recreational seating.

Films:

The Back-up Plan,
Chaise Longue LC4

Chaise Longue LC4

The chaiselongue is the most famous of the furniture designs by le Corbusier and the only one on which he worked personally. He called it "resting machine". It is most remarkable that the rest position can be adjusted without a... read more

Films:

Gulliver's Travels, Chloe,
Eames plywood chair

Eames plywood chair

In the early 1940s, when Charles Eames was working on MGM set designs, he would return to the small apartment where he and his wife, Ray, were experimenting with wood-molding techniques that would have profound effects on the d... read more

Films:

Julie and Julia,