Main purpose of the chair

There is a backrest or a seat with both armrests. A seat without a backrest and armrest is called a stool. The chair is mainly for supporting the human body, for people to sit and work and rest.

Under the influence of the Renaissance, France's famous chairs are the 17th-century Baroque (Louis XIV) and the 18th-century Rococo (Louis XV), which are characterized by exquisiteness. During the same period, there were chairs in the United Kingdom such as Queen Anne, Chippendale, Heppel White, Adam, and Sheradan.

Under the influence of the industrial revolution in the 19th century, the craftsmanship of the chair changed. Due to the application of new technologies and new techniques, in 1840 the German M. Tonet made a solid curved chair. Modern chairs have new breakthroughs in process technology and material application. In addition to solid wood curved chairs, there are single-layer multi-layer glued curved chairs, steel tube chairs, plastic chairs and inflatable chairs. For example, in 1925, Germany M. Broyue developed the first steel tube chair. The style has also changed a lot, and began to study the shape to suit the human body's shape and physiological characteristics, making people feel more comfortable when using.