I have an obsession with chairs. It all began in art school. I think the first chair that caught my eye was Gerrit Rietveld’s Red and Blue Chair from 1923. Perhaps that was the first time I noticed that chairs are one of those things that can blur the line between design and art with ease. But last year, I reached peak chair obsession. There wasn’t a pretty chair in sight I would not snap. One day, I was scrolling through my feed and there it was: look, chair, chair, look, shoes, chair, look, chair and so on. So I thought, “I have to start a hashtag for these!” Thus, #aconstellationofchairs was born. It was an easy way to group and save my findings, but recently I thought it would be interesting to transfer the idea over to the blog as well. And so, here we are. Welcome to the first post of this new series; A Constellation of Chairs. For its debut, I wanted share with you the sensual curves of Louis Dierra’s Glass Armchair of 1939. I found a similar version available at CB2, and, in case you’re in the mood for more trompe l’oeil-inducing transparencies, a couple of fashion items to go with it as well.