Normann Copenhagen Hyg Chair Comfort Swivel 4L - Full Upholstery

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Normann Copenhagen presents a contemporary multipurpose series that performs as impeccably in comfort and endurance, as it does in adding warmth and ambiance to the interior. 

Hyg Comfort Chair is the newest member to the HYG family. This variation stands out for its softly, draped backrest, allowing the fabric to naturally adapt to the arch of the chair. This creates the impression of vibrant fabric gently caressing the chair, while simultaneously adding a visual notion of comfort. The seat has also been furnished with more foam, creating a soft and inviting seat for cozy, lengthy dinner parties. Hyg Comfort Chair is available in full upholstery with our wide selection of textiles, resulting in a dining chair that can be customized to the desired setting and atmosphere, yet always exuding the feeling of hygge and comfort.

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

To learn more about colors and fabric, click here: AquariusCamira Synergy, Main Line FlaxOceanic, Yoredale, Zap, and Sørensen Ultra Leather. 

NEW SPRING 2022: partnership with KVADRAT, worldwide famous textile firm launched in Denmark in 1968. Kvadrat Reflect, Kvadrat Remix, Kvadrat Canvas, Kvadrat Steelcut Trio, Kvadrat Divina Melange, Kvadrat Divina + Divina MD, Kvadrat Fiord, Kvadrat Hallingdal, Kvadrat Sacho Zero, Kvadrat Sacho Elle, Kvadrat Vidar.


Size & Weight: H: 84 x W: 54 x D: 55,5 x SH: 46 cm - 9,5 kg

Materials: Shell: Polypropylene with PU foam and full upholstery. Legs: Aluminium.



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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.