Lockheed Chair by Riot & Sollier



With a aggressive design and with a strong identity, it seduces with its overall harmony that emerges, despite the contrast between the curvy shape inside and outside geometry. Benjamin Riot & Valentin Sollier have designed a chair based on the DSW chair by Charles and Ray Eames.

It may look unusual, but this Lockheed chair is a very modern and ergonomic chair. It has four legs made of steel that are very resistant to supporting heavy weights and the design of the backrest and seating is at least out of the ordinary. All the angles are sharp and you will not see any curves, but some sharp edges that remind you more of a crystal than a normal living room chair.Any way, if you want to have an original chair at work or at home, you can try to find one similar to this chair designed by Benjamin Riot & Valentin Sollier.


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on August 17th, 2009

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