In the ’90s, Mies Van der Rohe Barcelona chairs were everywhere. Then it was the Eames lounge chair, and then the Marcel Breuer Cesca chair, and then the Marco Zanuso Lady armchair.…each took a turn in the spotlight. Our obsession with seats didn’t end there though. “The clam chair really had its huge moment in the past couple of years, and real-deal and knockoff versions of the Jeanneret chair are now ubiquitous,” says Hollister Hovey, cofounder of Hovey Design.
Just like Gucci handbags and Manolo Blahnik heels, vintage chairs spike in popularity, and then slowly decline until they’re rediscovered again. So what comes next? Here are the vintage pieces these designers (plus a few others) are excited about right now. Meanwhile, you’ll find us at the flea markets.
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