Modern leisure chairs were in existence since at least […]
Modern leisure chairs were in existence since at least the Early Dynastic Period of Egypt. They were covered with cloth or leather, were made of carved wood, and were much lower than today’s modern leisure chairs- Modern Leisure Chair seats were sometimes only 25 cm high. In ancient Egypt modern leisure chairs appear to have been of great richness and splendor.
The ancient Chinese modern leisure chair appeared in the Han Dynasty. It developed into a common thing in Southern and Northern Dynasty. At the same time, the shape, material and function of the modern leisure chair vary from different rank people. During the Ming and Qing, Chinese-style high-profile furniture has developed to its peak, forming the unique artistic style of Oriental furniture. The Ming Dynasty was a period of great prosperity for Chinese classical furniture. Until now, Ming style furniture is still the most distinctive traditional Han furniture.
In Europe, the modern leisure chair speedily came into general use after the Renaissance. In the 1880s, modern leisure chairs became more common in American households. By the 1830s, factory-manufactured “fancy modern leisure chairs” allowed families to purchase machined sets. With the Industrial Revolution, modern leisure chairs became much more available. The 20th century saw an increasing use of technology in modern leisure chair construction. Technological advances led to molded plywood and wood laminate modern leisure chairs, as well as modern leisure chairs made of leather or polymers. Mechanical technology incorporated into the modern leisure chair enabled adjustable modern leisure chair.
All in all, the emergence and use of different materials at different times influence and promote the aesthetic values of different modern leisure chair design. With the improvement of science and technology, the design of the modern leisure chair tends to focus on the practical functionality, pursuing more ergonomic, scientific and comfortable, so as to maximize the relaxation of people.