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Looking for creative chaise lounge chair ideas? These chaise lounge chairs were created by independent top designers around the world. Note that not all of these products are available for purchase, and some are just prototypes, so use these for inspiration for new ideas. See our post on chaise lounge chairs to view products you can buy online today!
1. Foldable Chaise Lounge
A young industrial designer from Lithuania, Vlada Davydova has designed this space-saving foldable chaise lounge. This unique furniture when folded takes up less than almost 5 times space, making it easier to carry, transport, and bearing in mind that this is seasonal furniture, easy to store away when not in use. Along with adding special character, the unusual construction of the soft part and seesaw function gives chaise lounge comfort and coziness. Check out the pictures of the prototype.
2. Adna Chaise
Adna is a chaise lounge designed by David Weeks for MATTER. It is made of maple and fiberglass with leather upholstery, and the wooden supports are inspired by old roller coaster supports. Following are some words from the producer, “The massive wooden supports of the classic roller coaster provided the inspiration for the Adna Chaise. The challenge was finding a seat that complements its complex interwoven base. The solution is an elegant sculptural form cradled in the chaos of Adna’s irregular supports. This lounge continues the designer’s exploration of sculpture as a functional object.”
3. Luso Lounger
UK-based designer James Uren has created the Luso Lounger. It is a modern reinterpretation of the Chaise Lounge. The lounger comes with a footstool which makes it possible to use it in many different ways; a day bed, lounger, chair, footstool. The frame of the lounger is constructed using American cherry and the shell is made from lacquered plywood.
4. Cradle Lounge Chair
Cradle chair by Benjamin Hubert for Italian brand Moroso is a unique blend of two typologies of seating – a net structured hammock and a conventional upholstered lounge chair. The chair was launched at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in April 2013. According to the designer, “Cradle utilizes a custom-made cut pattern that allows a non-elastic textile to perform in a three dimensional way. This allows for the correct tension to comfortably support the body and both visually and physically reduces the product’s weight and cost. The chair comprises a metal frame supporting a non-elastic textile with a geometric cut pattern, which cradles an upholstered seat block. Materials: CNC-cut Kvadrat textile mesh Steel frame Moulded Polyurethane Kvadrat textile.”
5. Perch Chair
New York-based industrial designer Bradley Ferrada has created the Perch Chair. The unique shape of the chair allows for a variety of sitting positions. From the designers, “A chair that is a space within a space; surrounding without enclosing; somewhere to focus inwards without having to hide. You can face forward and socialize or put up a leg, get into a corner, focus in on a book, and disconnect from your immediate preoccupations. Designed for Pratt Institute Graduate Furniture Studio with Mark Goetz.”