When people shop for modern classic furniture, they usually want a great price, great quality and the kind of individual expression that marks their own personality. Often times this can be hard to find at a department store or even a furniture chain, because these outlets are trying to appeal to the most broad audience possible. However, at Ezmod, we invest time, energy and resources into finding modern classic furniture that is truly unique, without sacrificing comfort, quality or price. The Corona Petal Chair and Ottoman is a revolutionary item that captures the imagination while simultaneously providing a comfortable seating option for your home or office.
The Corona Petal Chair is inspired by Poul M. Volther who was a Danish furniture and lighting designer throughout most of the 20th century. He belonged to a generation of Danish architexts and designers who had solid roots in high quality craftsmanship, making his designs practical as well as stylish.
The sculptural form of the chair is foreign to most American consumers who are used to chairs fitting a certain mold. However, this design is not only unique in its aesthetic value, but also in its ability to provide proper back support and seating comfort. Truly modern furniture such as this makes it ideal for anyone creating a modern look in their apartment, loft, house, office or some other space. The vital design elements of the petal swivel chair combine organic expression with ergonomics and functionality. Often, modern furniture can be painful to look at and use; the Corona Petal Chair and Ottoman achieves successful results on both counts.
Ezmod is able to offer this chair at an amazing price, far below the list price. Normally the chair goes for $1,200, but we are offering this piece of modern furniture at just $859! That is a savings of over 25 percent, allowing you to look into other pieces of modern furniture for your home as well. If you want modern furniture like the Corona Petal Chair filling up your house, apartment, town home or office, look no further than the countless options available at Ezmod Furniture.
Last Sunday was the final AIA home tour until Spring 2011. The tours welcomed guests with what local residents call "LA rain", but the weather did not stop a handful of design enthusiasts from taking in 4 uniquely different homes off Sunset Blvd. (from Brentwood to the Palisades). The tour started with a remodeled 1924 historic adobe house and ended with a contemporary residence. We all have our favorites when it comes to design aesthetics and on this tour I fell in love with the La Mesa House.
House #1: La Mesa House
Architect: John Dutton, AIA - Dutton Architects
I hate to pick favorites, but the La Mesa House captivated my attention with its layout of the rooms, use of materials, and atrium. The home started as a 1924 John Byers designed adobe and developed into a contemporary residence while still coinciding with its historical architecture.
House #2: The Carrillo Residence
Architect: Steven Ehrlich, FAIA - Ehrlich Architects
The Carrillo Residence greets guests with a large glass wall which allows for visibility into the living room and even captures the view. The choice of classic furnishings mixed with its modern architecture gives the home a warm and livable aesthetic. As with many of the homes on the house tour, the lap pool and the view command the attention of the outdoor living area.
House #3: Sycamore House
Architect: Michael Kovac, AIA - Kovac Architects
From first glance of the house, I assumed the Sycamore House was a one-story home. However, it is built on the downhill side of the street and has three floors. This particular home stood out from the remaining homes for being the most modern and being on track for the LEED Platinum Certification. My favorite space was the home gym overlooking the outdoor living area and the incredible view.
House #4: Massey's Residence
Architect: Mehrnoosh Mojallali, AIA - Mehrnoosh Architect, AIA
The last home on the tour featured my favorite front exterior courtyard. The areas immediately following the entrance included the dining room, living room, and kitchen. Each space felt connected to one another to create a welcoming family atmosphere. I can appreciate the location of the fireplace, which is actually in the entryway and dining area rather than the living room. The painting above the fireplace - who else is in love with this ballerina art piece?