We often underestimate the importance of a great chair. When in reality, we really shouldn’t. We spend the majority of our day sitting on chairs, whether we’re working in our home office, enjoying a meal, or simply sitting and reading a book for leisure! Hence, this piece of furniture needs to be not only comfortable but ergonomic and aesthetic as well. And a stunning and well-designed chair that would be an excellent addition to your home is the Mt Curve Big Chair by BNF Studio.
Designer: BNF Studio
Designed by US Studio BNF Studio, the Mt Curve Big Chair has an intriguing oversized rounded shape that is part of a larger inaugural furniture collection. The Mt Curve line includes a variety of furniture pieces, and much like them the Big Chair was created to challenge “linear norms” of fine hardwood furniture. Rounded shapes have been incorporated in unexpected places such as the base of the legs, and the tubular backrest elements.
The Big Chair is designed to be a playful and amusing furniture design, that functions as a whimsical element in your home. It has an expansive and inviting seat that is intended for one person but can seat two people. The Big Chair was created by BNF founder Ben Newman, and he says that the over-the-top, and exaggerated elements of the chair are inspired by the ’80s maximalism and the Memphis design movement.
“As you study the chair, other aspects – the shapes, the fabric, the symmetry – draw from the less avant-garde aspects of the art deco movement,” he said. “The merging of these worlds creates a piece that exudes playfulness while remaining sophisticated and refined.” The Big Chair truly has a big personality as well, it instantly draws your attention with its plush and chonky looks and sophisticated sheen. The Big Chair is made-to-order and customizable in a wide variety of hardwoods, colors, and the customer’s own choice of material. The model shown in the images is ash hardwood with mohair velvet upholstery. The Big Chair would make an extremely stylish and excellent addition to your living space, one that would add manifolds of charisma and comfort.