This airy, beaded black chair design by Brigitta Nemeth is based on the idea that "furniture is the jewellery of the body." Nemeth named her furniture piece 'Chair Woman' and its unusual form mixes a fairly conventional seating form with strands of peals. The chair gets its structure from a weighty steel frame and on top of this, black beads are draped to form the seat.
As suggested by the name of the chair, its curves and the integration of jewelry-like pieces, the chair is quite feminine. Nemeth notes that the black coloring of the chair was quite integral to the furniture piece because it makes it look as if the chair is a sketch that was drawn by hand.
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