Development of folding chairs
Since the folding chair has become a popular seat, there has been a variety of forms and manufacturing processes. Also because the folding chair does not contain too much power and a symbol of honor, this has led to the development of new functions and new designs. At the end of the 19th century, folding chairs were already designed by utilitarians, and various forms of seats were used. Folding chairs have a long history of military use. It requires a straightforward, compact appearance and a durable design. When it began to show aesthetics, people had memories of it. But it has never been designed to be beautiful. The name of the Napoleon chair comes from the old French "faldestoel", rooted in the Latin "faldistorium". The name of the folding chair in the past is dignified and noble, and the Napoleon chair "fauteuil" has always been the name of the chief seat. presence. Thousands of patents around the world are novel ideas about folding chairs. And Junxinmei furniture designers, inventors and general craftsmen put their energy into the seat design, paying great attention to the folding, adjustment and comfort of the chair, but the mass-produced chairs do not all contain the fine design. . Folding and portable products are growing, and the industry produces the smallest and lightest parts to form folding furniture to suit all weather conditions. People can see different folding chairs everywhere in camping, beach leisure, sports events, etc. It is a chair that suits all habits and needs. Folding chairs can be used in school desks and chairs, and can be used in cinemas and theaters. The main purpose of creating a basic seat is to provide a short break that can be easily folded and stored. Folding chairs have become an integral part of furniture. The most modern folding chairs were designed after extensive social investigation and technical discussion: after industrial visualization, with the theory of Bauhaus in Germany, the design of folding chairs began to flourish between 1965 and 75 years.