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Armada Armchair

It might be called an armchair, but the Armada Armchair is as much a sculptural piece as it is seating. Surprisingly devoid of arm rests — you know, the things that make an armchair an armchair — this sleek seat features a bottom frame made from solid wood like American Walnut, Elm, Cherry, and Pear, and a seat that's a combination of thin steel covered by high-quality leather or fur. Feel like adding a pillow? Not to worry — the Armada's clean lines are safe thanks to a magnetic attachment system.

  • Peugeot Onyx Sofa

    It might be called a sofa, but we doubt you'll be "plopping down" on the Peugeot Onyx Sofa. For one, it's made out of lacquered black carbon fiber that's been fused to a hand-cut portion of Volvic volcanic lava stone from France's Auvergne region, none of which sounds very springy. It also weighs 800 pounds, most of which is centered on one side of its 10-foot body — so depending on where you've put it, you probably won't want to put any extra stress on your floor. Then again, considering the price, we're sure you've already thought of that.

  • Tolix Marais A Chair

    It may have been designed in 1934, but the Tolix Marais A Chair looks just as comfortable in an ultra-modern lounge as it did on the sidewalk patios of pre-war Paris cafes. Created by Xavier Pauchard, the man who brought galvanized steel to France, this iconic chair is created through a process of 100 manual operations, is stackable up to 10 high, and still made in Autun, the same Burgundy town where the company was founded. And don't worry if you're outfitting an entire restaurant/lounge area — they make a matching armchair and stool, as well.