The history of the chaise longue began centuries ago, when ancient Greeks and Romans nobles found the key to enjoy leisure time in the most comfortable way. Today we call it with a French name, since it got to be very popular among the Parisian high class during the 16st century.
This piece of furniture dedicated to leisure and relax has never lost its appeal: chaise longues of all types furnish hundreds of homes all over the world, providing people with a comfortable spot to lay on after a long frenetic day.
Maarten Van Severen designed a modern chaise longue for the Swiss brand Vitra. This minimalist piece of furniture has a very strong personality. The self stabilizing design will help you get from the reclined to the up position very easily. This chaise longue is suitable to be part of your home décor both as an interior item and as an outdoor supply.
The LC4 chaise longue by Le Corbusier, Jeanneret and Pierrand is a true icon of the history of modern art. This piece designed for Cassina is meant to accommodate your body in the most comfortable way. The perfect ergonomic characteristics are combined with an appealing design that guarantees modem style and perfect balance.
Zeno Nugari is the designer who created the Arioso chaise longue for Roche Bobois. This piece is design to inspire the idea of comfort just by looking at it. The softness of the fabric, the sinuous S shape make it look like a stylish floating pillow. Arioso makes you want to lay on it all day.
Cedrimartini design a chaise longue that is certainly the most original and eccentric one ever seen. This rocking couch has a structure made of chromed glass fibers, ergonomically shaped in a comfortable chaise longue. This piece of furniture will look like a sculpture in your interiors, making your home décor truly unforgettable.