Casual Chairs by Robert Bronwasser

“Casual” is normally a term used when talking about fashion. Casual clothes are those clothes that are not very formal, that you wear when you want to be comfortable and feel nice, when you go to a party with friends or out for a stroll. Some companies even introduced the idea of “casual Friday” when employees can come to work dressed in casual clothes. This is to make them feel more comfortable and enjoy coming to work. Well, the designer Robert Bronwasser has just come up with an incredible idea, an original concept he wants to implement in the furniture industry: casual furniture.

To be more precise , he has designed some nice Casual Chairs by Robert Bronwasser that are ready to be manufactured and released on the market. But what is it that makes these chairs so special? Well, the design that says they are casual and that means you will certainly feel comfortable and safe when sitting in them. They are designed to illustrate the concept of casual just like in fashion, so the designer uses the same fabrics: in some of the cases the chair seats and back rests are covered with denim – the fabric of choice for casual clothes. He also used specific accessories like side pockets where you can store things like the mobile phone, PDA or organizer. Interesting design if you ask me.

Published by in Design And Concept, on August 7th, 2012


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