The WW Chair By Hierve

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A blend of classic and modern features, the WW Chair is created for H Furniture by Hierve, a multi-disciplinary design studio founded in 1999 and based in Mexico City and London. The name reveals the source of inspiration for the design, the Windsor chair, and includes the contemporary material brought to enhance the traditional form, in this case a backrest made from powder coated wire. The two contrasting materials, warm organic wood paired with cool industrial metal, create a striking visual effect, bringing together the allure of the past and the stylish present. A slightly curved seat provides more comfort and mirrors the upper part of the backrest. Thin shafts of black wire measuring 5mm dip, curve, and fan out gracefully to join the section made from wood. The result is an almost sculptural piece with a minimalist appearance, boasting simple lines and creative contrasts but also subtle similarities at the same time. Gentle curves and angles are used in both materials, connecting the classic and contemporary in one elegant and timeless piece of furniture.

The WW Chair is available in lighter oak or rich brown American walnut, both completed with a layer of natural oil which intensifies the grain pattern, and in the three stained wood options which include white, gray, and black. H Furniture also offers various fabric or leather upholstery colors for the seat and a bespoke service for those looking to make their WW Chair truly unique.

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