The LAGO Curly Chair is an Adaptable Perch of Pleated Cloth

 - Nov 13, 2011
References: industrialdesignserved
The structure of most seats has little to do with the decorative upholstery sewn on top of metal, wood and stuffing but the LAGO Curly Chair relies rather heavily on the support that its fabric affords. The fetching piece of furniture is quite simply composed of two materials including the lightweight wire framework and the winsome cloth sling so that every part of the object has a practical function.

However, designer Velichko Velikov took the opportunity to employ an ornate powder blue fabric to give the recliner a little class. It's woven onto the white skeleton and can be washed and replaced with another textile. The length of cloth for the furnishing's seat and backrest was also cut unnecessarily long which has caused a charming puckering texture, further contributing to the delight of the LAGO Curly Chair.