The Chair

Designers focus on chairs to proclaim their individuality. The chair is like a furniture designer's muse. Why is that? 

“Great industrial design sits at the crossroads between form and function.”

“Almost every famous designer or architect has their signature chair: from the first industrially mass-produced No. 14 chair by Michael Thonet, to the Bauhaus like Walter Gropius, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Marcel Breuer, to more modern designers like Alvar Aalto, Charles Eames, and Arne Jacobson, to name a few popular figures.”

-- Metropolis Magazine

So we need something to sit on, that much we know. People being people -- brilliant, eclectic, egocentric, generous, curious, inventive... -- hence: the chair. 

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