Monday, October 8, 2007

Bubble Chair

Created in 1968 by Eero Aarnio, the suspended armchair Bubble Chair always also is coveted. Emblem of design, it is classified in the biggest museums of the entire world. Based on the original idea of the armchair Ball Chair, Eero Aarnio conceived the Bubble Chair: « After to have conceived the Ball Chair, I wanted there to introduce the light. I then had the idea of a transparent ball where the light would enter of all the sides. Among all the materials, alone the acrylic one could suit. First heated it next is blown in his form, as a bubble of savon. As I knew that the transparent roofs in forms cupola were done thus, I contacted the manufacturer and I asked for him if it was possible techniquement to blow a bigger bubble than a hemisphere. His response was positive. I did to do a ring in iron, the bubble was blown, cushions were disposeed to the interior and the armchair was ready. The name of the armchair imposed all naturally: Bubble. » Since, this is a success story continuous: the biggest stars themselves there coiled, the magazines some did them ‘' a'' … Bubble Chair is opened on the world exterior by his transparency but surprises by his acoustics. It isolates noise and allows feeling in a true cocoon!