Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak
Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak

Normann Copenhagen Allez Chair - Upholstery Oak

€375.00
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The Allez chair has a light and airy look, and the design idiom draws on recognizability. The organic curves of the shell mimic the shape of the body. Together with the reinforced backrest, this ensures optimal strength and seating comfort. The designer's signature principle of an honest design suited for modern needs is clearly evident in the shape of the Allez chair. 

Allez is a component-based chair with seat, legs and backrest that are all replaceable. 

Click on the different colors and fabric here: Camira Main Line Flax, and  Sørensen Ultra Leather. 

The  chair is made to order and produced according to your specific choices of fabric and color. To order the chair, please send an e-mail to  hello@cphagen.com

 

Specifications
  • SizeH: 79 x L: 45 x D: 50 x SH: 45,5 cm
  • Material: Upholstery of your choice (Canvas, Main Line Flax or ultra leather) legs: oak
  • Weight:  3,8 kg

Shipping

PLEASE CONTACT US FOR SHIPPING: hello@cphagen.com 


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About Normann Copenhagen

Normann Copenhagen is a Danish design company with the mission to create original and innovative products in a simple and contemporary design that withstands the test of time. Or in other words, to challenge conventional thinking and make the ordinary extraordinary through great design.