The Asymmetric Chair by Asad Firdosy

The Asymmetric Chair by Asad Firdosy

Last month we presented The Fish Tail Chair designed by Asad Firdosy, and today he sent us his new project called “The Asymmetric Chair”. The chair handmade in teak & leather is an experiment to evoke emotions that emerge in these modern times of straight line mass productible furniture. In this chair Asad Firdosy tried to bring together two beautiful styles of the past “The Colonial & The Art Craft”. He called it an Asymmetric chair because when he looks at the chair it reminds him of the a person with two facial expressions on one face. Its like a half happy & half sad face. This piece of furniture is a little bit unusual, but in this world there are a lot of people with all kind of tastes.


  • Ravi Dafe December 3, 2008 at 08:06 AMLogin to Reply →

    Dear Asad,
    This is one of its kind design. Feels great when I see this kind of design even today keeping the history alive.


  • Asghar Anis December 6, 2008 at 16:03 PMLogin to Reply →

    Dear Asad, It is very good to look at. A unique design. You definately have a fertile imagination and mind.
    Only one thing comes to my mind and that is: how comfortable is it, specially the back rest?
    Keep up the innovative work.