A place to enjoy reading, take relax from a busy day, or simply a stylish accent piece, armchairs are about as versatile as they come. Modern armchairs are those furniture items that fit every part of the home—living room, bedroom, office, even the pool. Architects and designers use these armchairs to complete their projects visually and functionally. Whether you are looking for a classic design or a modern masterpiece, you’ll find something in our curated collection. Have a look at the top 10 trending Armchairs to inspire your makeover plans.
Designed by CMP Design for Pedrali, Tribeca takes us back in time with a modern reinterpretation of classic Sixties patio chairs made from steel and woven material. Armchair with Ø20mm tube structure powder coated for outdoor use, backrest and seat in woven extruded PVC with a nylon core.
Antonio Citterio designed the expansive armchair for Flexform, The structure is made entirely of solid ash or turned Canaletto walnut. The traditional joinery requires expert craftsmanship and gently exalts the natural texture and feel of the wood. An ancient art that dates back to Italian rural tradition, the delicate yet strong woven paper rush cord in the seat and backrest is also finely hand-crafted. Soft optional cushions held in place by slender straps add a deeper sense of welcome to the Tessa armchair.
Designed by Paola Navone for Gervasoni, the Win 05 armchair combines the lightness of the structure’s aluminium, available in white and grey finishes, and the ductility and strength of the natural teak, used for the armrests. The seat is low and is made comfortable by the deep cushions with removable upholstery, also used for the backrest and combined with the lumbar cushions for accentuated comfort.
Uni armchair is a joint project between pillow makers Litvinov Studio and contemporary furniture brand Levantin Design. The image of the item is expressed with the spirit of simplicity and ingeniousness. The soft forms of the pillow and the padded stool look naturally comfortable. The smooth metal framework along the outline of the armchair creates the general silhouette and serves as a support when sitting down.
Designed by Dhruvkant Amin for Tectona Grandis Furniture, the Shades Armchair gives a prominent look to your space. The chair is designed slightly curved, which assures complete comfort for your lower back. As you lay back, you will experience complete peace and feel the time slowing down. While designing the chair, an inspiration was taken from mid century style furniture and redesigned to blend in the contemporary style furniture.
Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform S.P.A., the Le Club armchair reinterprets one of the design archetypes of the last century in a contemporary key. The lightweight and minimal design of the voluminous leather club armchair is rendered more up-to-date. Le Club retains the curved lines and unparalleled comfort of the armchairs from which it takes its inspiration but lightens bulk to imbue a more casual, contemporary elegance that echoes the design forms of the 1970s. The fabric or leather upholstery is not removable; by adhering perfectly to the steel frame and the moulded flexible polyurethane seat, it is at one with the design of the armchair, a testimony to masterful and high-quality craftsmanship.
The Showtime Nude Chair was introduced as an additional version to the Jaime Hayon chair collection: Over the years the success of this particular Showtime design gave rise to adding several customization options like the interior upholstered backrest.
Designed by Francesc Rifé for Zanette, the Hood armchair is Zanette’s new entry for 2021 and embodies the company’s wish to adapt a contract-style product to a domestic setting, perhaps paired with a dining table or as an addition to the sitting room area.
Designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, this outdoor armchair has a lightweight compact seat. The balance between form and function relies on the use of the Modulor, a scale of human body proportions, and on a mathematical language based on the proportions of universal harmony.
Designed by Massimo Scolari for Giorgetti, Small armchair in solid beech wood, available with 4 legs or in a swivel version with spring-loaded wheels. The seat is in nondeformable polyurethane, with fabric or leather covering. The arms and the back are connected to the seat by a solid beech wood part which contains a metal mechanism for added spring action and elasticity.