Outdoor furniture is notorious for being uncomfortable, and it is often so because it must be sturdy and generally hardwearing. The Haze Chair meets these criteria sufficiently but manages to offer the user a forgiving surface, along with a very unique aesthetic to appreciate.
A supportive structure of wooden posts is held together lightheartedly by very visible hardware such as screws and wing nuts. These create a bit of detail for the otherwise relatively simple design that incorporates a seat that slumps down from the frame.
A meshy material was doubled over for added strength and softness under pressure. It's been furled around the backrest and armrests that integrate a continuous curved brace. The Haze Chair by Florian Schulz would make a great stand-alone piece or part of patio dining set.