Wire Mesh Loungers by Studio Muller van Severen

Different minimalist wire mesh loungers created by Belgian design studio Muller van Severen.

Muller van Severen is a Belgian design studio led by Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen. Their work sits somewhere between design and art. As part of a furniture project for an architectural project in Spain, the design studio was commissioned to create a series of loungers called Wire S #. These curved loungers are made of a stainless steel netting. Created in different minimalist styles, this collection of lounge seats is inspired by simple shapes such as a curled up sheet of paper or a mattress. Please read more below.

Lounger collection Wire S by studio Muller van Severen.
Lounger collection Wire S # by studio Muller van Severen.

Covered with a cozy blanket and soft pillows, the seatings provide a comfortable lounge experience. With other words, the Wire S # collection perfectly complements function and comfort with a modern and minimalist style. The unique look conveys an extravagant way of living. The wire mesh look makes the objects both present and absent at the same time. A few more examples of the series can be found below. For those who want to know more about studio Muller van Severen, please visit their website.

Minimalist design.
Unique and minimalist interior design made of steel.
Made of powder coated stainless steel.
Made of powder coated stainless steel.
Available in different shapes.
The pieces are available in different shapes.
Every piece is based on simple designed.
Every piece is based on simple designed.
Unique wire mesh interior.
Unique wire mesh interior.
The loungers series was part of a commission project.
The loungers series was part of a commission project.

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  • Sarah M. Stone

    To me this sounds like people can sit/lay on these with a cover of course. But is there a weight limit to these seating arrangements so everyone can enjoy them?