The Maya Chair by Arya Alfieri is Contemporarily Bright and Intricate

By: Meghan Young - Published: Dec 15, 2013 • References: & contemporist
Bright, contemporary and full of dynamic energy, the Maya Chair would spice up any home instantly. In fact, at first glance a person might mistake the Maya Chair for a piece of art. The way the black frame swoops up and around in order to provide the perfect stability and symmetry for the thin pieces of ropes intricately strung between it is very artistic.

Designed by Arya Alfieri, a furniture and interior designer based in Milan, Italy, the Maya Chair could easily be compared to an architectural structure as much as a work of art. The use of nylon rope does give it a springy and comfy appearance as well in spite of its mod design. In fact, a person would want to sit in it just to see what it feels like. Stats for Neon Roped Seating Trending: Older & Average
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