I love the fluid lines and light profile of the JUNO chair by James Irvine. The Milan based Irvine created the lively chair for the Italian manufacturer Arper and was presented early this year during the Salone del Mobile 2012. JUNO is made of plastic cast produced through single gas assisted injection mould.
Juno enjoys all the benefits of simplicity and uniformity but with a clever twist.
The chair is created for both indoors and outdoors and can be used in residential and commercial spaces, Irvine explains. What I find great is that Juno shows that a plastic chair, in contrast of what one often sees, does not necessarily look cheap. The JUNO chair is available in four different forms: solid or open back, with or without armrests. All stackable to accommodate large-scale use and storage. One can choose from white, sand, anthracite, orange and yellow.