The backside of a typical person has a roundness about it while sitting, so why are so many chairs made with flat seats and stiff perpendicular backrests? You will not find either of these in the Cuchara Chair, as this piece of ultramodern furniture features a single embracing cushion that takes a concave form.
Every Belta task chair has an injected polyurethane seat that's slightly spongy but wonderfully supportive. The consumer has the choice of different colors of orange, red, black or white and an two options for the structure beneath it. A bent wire base keeps the Cuchara Chair cantilevered, as does the curved tab version. Both create space beneath the seat and facilitate a bit of a bounce for a comfortable recline.
The Cuchara Chair Supports Its Sitter within its Comfy Scooping Form
Amelia Roblin — October 30, 2013 — Art & Design
References: belta.es & furniturefashion