Montreal-based Felix Guyon, owner of Les Ateliers Guyon, has created an elegant yet utterly modern suspended chair that is both delicate and ultra robust in nature. Claimed as an ultimate challenge by Guyon, the suspended chair is challenging in both the aspects, i.e. style and structure.
Named after Johann Sebastian Bach song Cello Suite No. 1, the designer got inspiration of creating this suspended chair from a jewelry showcase in Saint Laurent. The frames of the Solo Cello Chair was inspired by pair of earrings that were on display in the show.
Made using leather and steel, the chair conjures contemporary layout in elegant manner. Being part of Guyon’s nest furniture collection, apart from suspended chair the collection will include a reading chair, a dinning chair, a coffee table and few light fixtures.
Guyon is known for his work ethics and talented artist works with local artisans to help and promote Quebec’s artisanship and expertise. These suspended chairs are already part of hotels like The Alt Hotel in Halifax and the Hotel La Ferme Baie St- Paul. This simply shows that the newest collection is creating rounds among companies looking for elegant and contemporary furniture.
Presenting a perfect blend of delicate shape and elegant styling, apart from commercial hit, the suspended chair will surely recapitulate luxury in modern living offering comfort to the users.