Your conclusion might be surprising when you pause to consider how many seats actually look inviting to a sitter. The Gaia Armchair is perhaps one of few wooden pieces that welcomes a user with open arms.
Assembled with beautifully curved panels of beach wood, Pablo Llanquin's fetching furnishing embraces even your gaze. The backrest and the seat take exquisite bowing forms that promise to contour your body as you give it your weight. The hard frame of the chair is softened with a layer of gorgeous gray felt.
Supporting a more natural position in its womb-shaped basin, the piece is aptly named after the Greek Earth goddess. The purity of the Gaia Armchair is expressed through spirit and form. Its composition features divine proportions and geometries with the way that the dismantling components fit perfectly together.
The Gaia Armchair Invites You to Be Cradled in its Comfy Concave Form
Amelia Roblin — February 28, 2013 — Art & Design
References: behance.net & archidesignclub