Throne Chair by Carlo Bugatti at 1stdibs

Throne Chair by Carlo Bugatti (1898)

Throne Chair by Carlo Bugatti at 1stdibs

via 1stdibs.

Peacock Chair at 1stdibs

Peacock Chair

Peacock Chair at 1stdibs

Not cheap, but a nice Wegner chair in ash manufactured in 1947 according to the dealer.

The number of the Peacock Chair is PP550 which indicates it is a product of PP Møbler.

via 1stdibs.

Look at the making of a Peacock:

Thanks to the Paris, France based Galerie Mobler

Scopophilia by Fiona Roberts

Scopophilia by Fiona Roberts

Scopophilia by Fiona Roberts Detail

Scopophilia by Fiona Roberts

A chair full with eye balls.

Scopophilia, mixed media, 2011, (Sold) (Photograph by James Field, courtesy of ACSA)

Via fiona-roberts.com.

Campana Brothers: Tennis Rackets Chair

Tennis Rackets Chair by the Campana Brothers

Campana Brothers: Tennis Rackets Chair

There is a series. More to follow.

Profile Chair by Knauf and Brown

Profile Chair by Knauf and Brown Side

Profile Chair by Knauf and Brown axis

Profile Chair by Knauf and Brown closedside

Profile Chair by Knauf and Brown

Canadian design duo Knauf and Brown about their Profile Chair:

The Profile Chair was our answer to everything we didn’t like about folding chairs.

Folding chairs are shy, coming out only when extra seating is needed. They are ashamed of their cluttered leg regions, complicated actions, and cheap materials.

The Profile Chair folds on a single axis. This cuts down on intersecting lines and gives the chair a minimal profile that takes up less visual space when open, and less physical space when closed.

Profile Chair is a chair that you can use everyday. The powder coated steel and solid larch make it equally at home indoors and outdoors.

Knauf and Brown : PROFILE CHAIR from calen knauf on Vimeo.