Dutch designer and architect Piet Boon’s Kekke Chair is elegant and chic. It reminds one of the famous quilted Chanel Mademoiselle handbags. The Kekke Chair is made out of buttery soft stone-washed leather and comes in five different colors (including the black and brown options pictured here but also Cognac, Off White and Ecru).
The frame of the Kekke Chair is made form black steel and has a black steel handle on the back for portability and mobility. Handsome, study and functional--you could want nothing more from a dining chair.
Piet Boon's Kekke Chair is Pretty and Practical
1. Soft-seating-trend - The buttery soft stone-washed leather used for Piet Boon's Kekke Chair exemplifies the soft-seating-trend. This trend presents the opportunity for designers to focus on comfortability while still maintaining style in the furniture industry.
2. Multifunctional-furniture-trend - The black steel handle on the back of the Kekke Chair represents the multifunctional-furniture-trend. This trend provides opportunity for designers to create furniture that serves more than one purpose or has portable features.
3. Quilted-design-trend - The cross-stitch technique used on Piet Boon's Kekke chair is an example of the quilted-design-trend. This trend offers designers innovative ways of incorporating stitching in their designs to enhance style and appeal.
1. Furniture - The Kekke Chair by Piet Boon presents opportunities for the furniture industry to incorporate the soft-seating-trend, multifunctional-furniture-trend, and quilted-design-trend into their future designs.
2. Fashion - The soft-seating-trend and quilted-design-trend are transferrable to the fashion industry, opening up opportunities for clothing and accessory designers to incorporate stitching and buttery soft materials.
3. Automotive - The multifunctional-furniture-trend can be applied in the automotive industry, providing opportunities for designers to create vehicles with features inspired by portable furniture in their designs.