Krzesło z tworzywa z podłokietnikami NAP KS60 Midnight Blue-ChromeFritz Hansen
2 750,00 zł brutto
The iconic NAP™ chair features an elegant, curvaceous form. The contours of the Nylon shell adapt naturally to the shape of the human body and the textured waves make hours of sitting a superb experience – no matter the position.
|W620 x D510 x H770mm
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The iconic NAP™ chair features an elegant, curvaceous form. The contours of the Nylon shell adapt naturally to the shape of the human body and the textured waves make hours of sitting a superb experience – no matter the position. It features a high gloss back and a rippled matt front to emphasise the chair’s dynamic design. An acronym for Normal, Active, Passive, the NAP chair accommodates multiple seating positions. Drawing inspiration from the contrasting surfaces of seashells, the NAP KS50’s ridged seat and backrest is designed for optimal ventilation and comfort while the chair retains a strong link to Fritz Hansen’s DNA through its steel tubing legs.
|Number of chairs stacked
|ABS Plastic / Midnight Blue (876)
Steel / Chrome
Kasper Salto, b. 1967, is the award-winning designer behind Fritz Hansen’s Pluralis™ table, Little Friend™ side table and the NAP™ chair series. He trained as a cabinetmaker in the mid-1980s before going on to study industrial design at the Royal Danish Academy, furthering his studies for a term at Art Centre College of Design in Switzerland. Between 1996-1997, Salto lectured at the Royal Academy of Art in Copenhagen and was also appointed a member of S.E. (The Cabinetmakers' Autumn Exhibition). In 1997, he became an exhibiting architect for S.E. at Copenhagen’s Museum of Applied