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It's time to relax. Make yourself a nice drink, pick an interesting book and lay down in one of these modern lounge chairs.
Ferrari F1 Lounge Chair
Not fancy enough for you? Trick it out with a couple of speakers behind your head, one up top and a couple of subs to kick your butt. Then embed a gaming console underneath and mount an LCD panel on the footrest, and you're good to go. In the prototype stage thus far, nobody's talking price, but it's probably somewhere up there in the Ferrarisphere.
Splash Lounge Chair
Ever look at macro photos of water splashes or super slow mo' video of a droplet slamming into the surface sending ripples across a lake? There's a moment in that 1/10 of a second when the impact creates a crater or sorts, as if you were small enough, it could neatly cup you. Inspired designer Michael Wendel created a 1/8th scale model called the Splash Lounge Chair, big enough for us to sit in.
Wing Lounge Chair
This chair is notable in two ways. One, it's the largest single piece of bendwood used to make a chair, and two, it's the only chair tested by NASA and certified by The Space Foundation. Your body is cushioned by open cell visco elastic memory foam, used on NASA's spacecrafts, and looks conducive to some serious nap action.
With its anthropomorphic form, the Bouloum was named after a childhood friend of its designer, Olivier Mourgue, who took the charismatic seat with him when he travelled… even going so far as photographing it in various situations and writing anecdotes. As comfortable as it is provocative, one simply must experience the Bouloum to fully understand it. Playful and practical, Bouloum is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The price for this chaise lounge is $950.00.
This unique lounge chair has a bathtub shape. The idea is to clean lines between hot relaxing bath and comfortable sitting in living room. The Seatub was designed by London based Baek-Ki Kim.
Ducking Lounge Chair
The Ducking Lounge Chair is true to its name as it appears to be long enough, measuring 2 meters. Made from walnut and built into a certain degree of curvature, the lounge chair is indeed one of the most relaxing chairs both indoors and outdoors. Woo-hoo, a Ducking Lounge Chair, a cup of tea, as well as a classical film, you're living so sweet a day that everyone may dream of!
Soft Pipe Lounge
If you are interested in ultra-modern, minimalist and/or industrial design, the Soft Pipe Lounge is a piece of furniture worth a close look. The seat was designed by Samanta Snidaro and Andrea Fino and made from large iron pipes and has a soft, but not exactly plush, leather cover over the actual seat area of the chaise.
Hovering Magnetic Lounge Chair
Ever wanted to just lounge back on a cushion of air (and not a whoopee cushion either)? How about an entire lounge chair that is suspended over it's base on a cushion of magnets? British inventor Keith Dixon, of Hoverit Ltd, said he was inspired by the anti-gravity Landspeeder vehicles from Star Wars. The chair costs nearly $10,000 and looks like it needs a few pillows.
Living Lounge Chair
The concept of this lounge chair was created by JGreen Design and won the 2008 Niche Awards, even though the price is more than most of us would pay: $7,500. The dimensions are 96 x 38 x 30-inch and it definitely has style, looking like a living creature with black arms made of poplar and a body with lavender micro-suede.
Half Moon Lounge Chair
This Half Moon wing chair kinda looks like a Batman chair and the credit for this goes to the extensive lines and extremely distinct shades. But this is not all. It features skeleton-like seat, which is cushioned and the lively orange sponge rubber titivates the black coated wood boards of the armchair. The lounger and the buddy ottoman each offer a huge space to house dozens books, thereby helping you build your library ready with a collection that burns your stress. The designer chair was designed by Louis Saul and was exhibited for a first time at IMM Cologne 2008 under his studio's tag Dodolivin.
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