When it comes to materials, plastic is one of the most pliable substances. As a result, it can be molded and sculpted into a broad range of structures.
In addition, compared to other chair materials, plastic chairs are generally available in various colors. These features make it a popular option among homeowners.
1. Panton Chair
For the first time, this model fulfilled one of Panton’s core goals: a polymer chair that serves as a low-cost economic solution. After all, the Panton Chair has gone through several manufacturing processes since its first release because of the advancements in plastics processing technology.
In this case, the latest version of the seat authorized by Verner Panton was developed in line with the manufacturer in the late 1990s.
2. L’Eau Chair
The L’Eau Chair, designed by Archirivolto, has a technopolymer shell that mimics the fluidity and movement of water.
With a beautiful pattern of overlapping waves on its surface, this chair is surprisingly lightweight yet built of solid materials. Because of this, it’s an ideal alternative for creating unexpected seating.
3. Louis Ghost Chair
Philippe Starck reimagined the iconic Louis XV chair for Kartell. Because of this, this chair is the embodiment of baroque revived to amaze, thrill, and fascinating.
In fact, this is a comfortable armchair made of transparent and colored plastic in a solid mold. Moreover, even with its evanescent and crystalline look, the Louis Ghost is durable and robust, as well as impact and weather resistant.
4. Eames Molded Armchair
The Molded Fiberglass Armchair has resurrected more than 60 years after its original appearance. However, now it has a new, more eco-friendly presence made in fresh material.
This armchair is now available in a new polyester finish with the same surface subtle shading that has long drawn devoted antique collectors.
5. Tulip Chair
The incredibly flexible, widely sought-after Tulip Chair, designed by Eero Saarinen in 1957, brilliantly represents Saarinen’s vision.
In this case, the creator sought the basic concept and simplified it to the most practical structural solution within an aesthetic unity of design in his conservative approach to interior decoration.
6. Plasteel Chair
This chair is another one-of-a-kind take on the typical plastic chair, using the latest trend of combining plastic and steel. As a result, these plastic chairs with metal legs marry the elegance and convenience of plastic armchairs with the durability and solidity of steel.