Brazilian designer Lina Bo Bardi designed the Tripé, or Tripod, armchair, around 1948. Like the name suggests, the metal-framed piece rests on three legs and has loosely draped leather seat.
Paulo Mendes da Rocha's Paulistano Athletic Club of 1958 is a paragon of Brutalist design. He designed the leather Paulistano chair to go inside. A pair, in black leather, is shown here.
Designer Michaël Verheyden outfitted his bedroom with furniture he created himself, like the G55 Sling chair.
A couple of Butterfly chairs from Circa50 offer a prime perch on the deck of a D.C. house.
Two Leather Sling chairs by Aussie-born sculptor Clement Meadmore sit under the window of a house in Melbourne.
The teak-and-leather Kilin chair in this Belgium gallery-house is by Sergio Rodrigues.
Reduced in form, the Sit and Read Sling Chair by Kyle Garner boasts a refined silhouette.