Beautiful Louis Ghost Chair Design
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I want to give you a brief introduction about the World of Ghost Chairs. Here I will try to explain some important aspects of this most aesthetic seat. Just because I think they are rather special, and hopefully you will also like it. So what is Ghost Chair? Well, without harsh words, this is basically a lightweight plastic chair, and the most famous is almost entirely transparent to look at, although you can also get it with a variety of other colors. It is built using an injected molded polycarbonate, which gives a very high quality feel. If you take a moment to really check this chair, you’ll see that this is not an ordinary plastic chair, but rather a very slim and stylish alternative to replace the more traditional seat for your home.
The ghost chair has been around for almost a decade now. They first appeared in 2002 when French designer Philippe Starck teamed up with Italian furniture maker Kartell. The premise is to take something classic, ornate, wasteful and clearly obsolete to the modern consumer, and turn it into something that values it through postmodern forms, functions and styles, while retaining the flute version of the original seat. What Starck originally chose to inspire was the seat of the Louis XV era, often referred to as the Rococo era. Salient features – luxurious coatings, carefree carvings and curved legs & backs – refined and became the iconic Louis Ghost model you see today. This is the model I have and remains my favorite. The place is not very flashy anywhere in my house. I can shuffle it to my needs and always look cool.
In small spaces ghost chairs can open up a room rather than make it seem
Louis Ghost Chair Design
If I have guests on it, this place provides extra seating. I have also used it in my bedroom as a small table. This somehow creates a sense of space for other objects around it. There are several models that have been added to the Kartell Ghost Chair range from the start of Louis Ghost. The one related is Lou Lou Ghost. This is basically a smaller child version that is smaller than the original. Then there is Victoria Ghost, whose main feature is the lack of armrest and generally more narrow appearance. Maybe a little more careful than his sister. To round it up, we have Charles Ghost. This one can be called Ghost Stool, because that’s how it is. Otherwise, it retains the Starck flair trademark.