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Sexy Home Theater Seating

Modernica Ox Chair$2,895 to $3,495 - Originally designed by Hans Wegner in 1960. Constructed of an Alder wood frame and dacron foam upholstered in the material of your choice, with tubular chrome steel legs and heavy-duty zinc-plated guides.
Dimensions: Chair H35 x W38 x D34, Ottoman H13 x W29.5 x D17

Modernica Ellipse Chair$2,200 to $2,695 - Constructed of brushed, chrome-plated spring steel with a swivel base and upholstered molded plywood seat and back elements covered with cured polyurethane foam and a fixed fabric cover.
Dimensions: H36 x W33.5 x D31

Le Corbusier LC2 Petit Modele Armchair - $2,965 - The Le Corbusier group referred to their LC2 and LC3 collections as "cushion baskets" which they designed in 1928 as a modernist response to the traditional club chair. With cushions held in place without being tethered to the frame, the idea was to offer all the comfort of a padded surface while applying the elegant minimalism and industrial rationale of the International Style. Following the example of the LC1 Sling Chair, these pieces reverse the standard structures of sofas and chairs by having frames that are externalized. The resulting aesthetic of the simple tubular structure is remarkably relevant to how we live today, three-quarters of a century later. Thick, resilient pillows rest within the frames and provide the kind of sumptuousness rarely found in even the finest overstuffed conventional chairs. The differences among the groups are that the LC2 is more compactly scaled, and the LC3 has down-wrapped cushions that create a softer look and feel. Each piece is signed and numbered and, as a product of Cassina's Masters Collection, is manufactured by Cassina in Italy under exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation.
Dimensions: H 26.4" W 30" D 27.6"

Eames Lounge Chair$2,695 - In continuous production since its introduction in 1956, the Eames Lounge Chair is widely considered one of the most significant designs of the 20th century. It was the culmination of Charles and Ray Eames' efforts to create a club chair using the molded plywood technology that they pioneered in the '40s. In Charles Eames' words, the vision was a chair with the "warm, receptive look of a well-used first baseman's mitt." The result has become the consummate lounge set, timelessly blending old-fashioned comfort and visionary modernism. Pairing soft, inviting leather with the sleek form of molded plywood, the seat is balanced on a five-star, die-cast aluminum base. All parts are replaceable by Herman Miller. This original is an authentic, fully licensed product of Herman Miller, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller.
Dimensions: Chair, H 33" D 33" W 33", Seat H 15", Arm H 20.5"

Metro Chair in Leather - $1,299 – Make a modern statement with the low-profile Metro. Strong, square arms, clean lines and low block feet give this chair serious urban lounge appeal. Plump, blend-down cushions in rich leather prove high design can also be high comfort.
Dimensions: 40w 38d 27h

Montana Recliner with Cup Holders in Bison Leather - $1,899 - Create a home theater or a spot to relax with our Montana recliner. Sleek and stylish, it features the finest full, top-grain leather and ergonomic comfort. Choose your recliner with or without a cup holder.
Dimensions: 34w 37d 43h

Dbox GP-100 Gaming Platform - $15,000 - The all new GP-100 motion gaming chair is not an evolution, it's a complete revolution that will change the future of gaming. Imagine driving racetracks all over the world;  feel the bumps on the track, the G’s in the curves, accelerating down the straights, the engine at redline, and you in the driver’s seat!  Shifting, braking, turning and yes... crashing.  All this from the comfort of your D-BOX™ GP-100 Motion Gaming Platform.  You’ll feel virtually all of the sensations of a real pilot in his driver’s seat; setting up for the apex, drifting off the track and apexing the corners.  Find out if you’re the driver you think you are!
Dimension: 29" W x 56" L x 48" H

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