Versatile Mya chairs by Giovanni Baccolini

The Mya chair was designer by Giovanni Baccolini for Ares Line and the idea was to create a chair that would be fit for receptions and other public areas like waiting rooms and conference places. The chair had to be simple and neutral in terms of design and color and to also look modern. So Giovanni Baccolini has designed this chair that was named Mya.

Mya is a very versatile piece of furniture as it can be used in a lot of different places and for all sort of purposes. It can make a nice office chair, a nice seat in malls and other public places, a bar stool in some cases and even a chair for places like bars and terraces. Its oval, even round shape makes it look modern and inviting. There’s a little opening in the back for practical reasons.

The chair features a simple disc base made of stainless steel. There’s also another version with stainless steel legs. This provides durability and security. The actual chair in which you’re seating is covered in polyurethane. This is a very practical material because it’s soft and comfortable and it also looks good.The Mya chair comes in four different colors: white, black, dark blue and a tone of red. This is a product that was meant to be practical and functional. It has a simple design that makes it stand out but not in an eye-catching way.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on August 14th, 2011


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