The Armin Chair is a Delightfully Exaggerated Asymmetrical Seat

 - Jan 14, 2014
References: dorotheemainka & contemporist
With the Armin Chair, the classic wingback chair has been redesigned. The general form has been distorted to embody a delightful unevenness that actually contributes to its ergonomic value. A sturdy metal structure shapes a tall and convex armrest and one short and concave support on the opposite side.

This frame is hidden by the weaving of soft felt strips in and out of the lattice. The unusual but effective upholstery solution entices the sitter to curl up inside of Dorothee Mainka's seat and relax or fall asleep. The shape of the Armin Chair is perfect for lying on your right side to receive ample support for your head and neck. The broad backrest provides some privacy too.