Over 80 years in business Evertaut has designed a wide range of different seating solutions for offices, theatres, cinemas, universities, schools, nurseries, football stadia, waiting rooms and reception areas. The very first Evertaut factory stools and chairs are now British icons found in antiques stores across the country and are in demand on auction sites as the trend for vintage furniture continues. Our modern day seating can be tailored to customers’ individual requirements and whilst it can be given a unique look with bold colours or personal enhancements, the general demand is still for the classic style and quality we are renowned for.
As a company we like to keep up-to-date with what else is going on in the world of seating and over the years we’ve seen a whole host of designs and styles so we thought it would be interesting to share some of the more unconventional seating we’ve come across.
The Baby Elephant Chair is part of artist Máximo Riera’s Animal Chair collection which constitutes a diverse range of species, from mammals to reptiles, and even insects.
Alexander Lerviks’s Spike Chair was inspired by the slanted shafts of rain he saw in a downpour during his trip to the Philippines.
The Club Chair from Kenneth Cobonpue’s Bloom range is composed of hundreds of fine running stitches that radiate from the centre of the seat. Inspired by a delicate blossom, the Club is a far cry from Evertaut’s Club Chair which can be found in football stadia!
The Parabola chair by Carlo Aiello Design Studio is a sculptural porous chair made of metal. The chair appears to curve inward in two directions, but all its components are straight and easy to manufacture.
These are just a few of some of the striking designs we’ve seen recently and we’ll share some more in the future. Whilst Evertaut seats are a little more conventional we do offer a bespoke design service so if you are looking for something a bit different then talk to us about your requirements.