Top 5 chair designs to replace the boring old chairs in your home

At Yanko Design, we believe in constantly innovating, creating, and evolving. It’s a philosophy that serves as a lifeline for us, and one of the results of this lifeline is the YD x KeyShot Inspiration Hub! The Inspiration Hub is our ‘ever-expanding encyclopedia’ of design work for you to participate in, to inspire designers, and to get inspired by. Created in collaboration with KeyShot, the Inspiration Hub is your one-stop space for inspiration where designers like you can submit your impressive designs and be awarded to stand out in the crowd and to inspire other like-minded designers.

To kickstart your journey and send some motivation your way, we’ve curated some of our favorite chair submissions from the Inspiration Hub. These unique chair designs will motivate you to create something spectacular and submit the design, as a gateway to sharing it with the best of the design world. Additionally, we will also be picking our favorite Design of the Week, Design of the Month, and Design of the Year – every week, month, and year from the submissions on the Inspiration Hub. Keep an eye on our Instagram page and the Inspiration Hub to see if your design gets picked. Fingers crossed!

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1. The Loop Chair

Designed by Annabella Hevesi, the Loop Chair is the kind of straightforward and simple furniture piece that instantly makes you fall in love with it, because of how minimally and cleanly it is designed. Built using wood, the Loop Chair has a traditional and archetypical character accentuated with tricky and progressive details that lend an air of character to it.

2. Sado Chair

Designed by Martin Luu, the Sado Chair is an experiment in unconventional design, and it will remind you of a horizontal tree log or horseback, which supports a straddled seated position that encourages a healthy position. Adjustable leg supports also provide a place for your legs to rest while helping to sustain a leveled spinal position. Sado is an incredible ergonomic option if you’re looking for a chair that encourages and support a great posture!

3. Soborg Wood Base Chair

This sturdy, minimal, and wooden chair is called the Soborg Wood Base Chair. Designer Jun Kim took inspiration from Børge Mogensen’s wooden chair to create this simplistic yet beautifully detailed chair. The precision and attention to detail with which it was crafted shine through in its neat joinery and conscious design.

4. Pomarossa

Designed by Franz Cordero and called the Pomarossa, this beautiful, vibrant, and loud chair is a Neo Art Nouveau armchair, that draws inspiration from an abundantly found fruit in the city of Tingo Maria, in Peru. The result is a large and fluffy chair with intriguing aesthetics and an eye-catching color palette.

5. 3D Printed Chair

Johannes Steinbauer Office For Design created these 3D-printed seats that can be built without fabrics, springs, and foam, and they still manage to be comfortable and functional. The chairs use rigid prints instead of the usual racks from chairs. The different parts are easy to assemble and disassemble and once it reaches the end of life, you can dispose of the different parts separately and recycle them accordingly. Yes, the chairs are easy to assemble and sustainable – the best of both worlds!

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