Normann Copenhagen My Chair Bar Chair - Wood

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My Chair Barstool consists of a shell made in molded walnut, oak or in a painted ash veneer version. Comes with legs in metal legs in chrome, powder coated steel or molded walnut, oak, smoked oak or birch veneer. The rubber pieces between the shell and the legs, as well as the plastic parts underneath the ends of the legs, are specially designed for Normann Copenhagen for My Chair. My Chair Barstool with chrome and steel legs are stackable - up to 6 pcs. The chair is delivered assembled.

Effortless and timeless, Nicholai Wiig Hansen’s My Chair from 2013 is just about as close as you get to a new classic: a minimal chair in molded veneer, that moves gently with your body. The rounded corners and curved waist counterbalance the stringent design of the chair and give it a warm and welcoming feel. With its minimalistic silhouette, My Chair is ideal for spaces that need a large number of seats, as the design can be multiplied without taking over the interior.

Specifications

Size: H: 93 x W: 45,5 x D: 48 x SH: 65 cm - 6,5 kg

Materials:  My Chair consists of a shell made in molded walnut, oak, smoked oak or in a painted ash veneer version. Comes with legs in chrome, powder coated steel or molded walnut, oak, smoked oak or birch veneer.
The rubber pieces between the shell and the legs, as well as the plastic parts underneath the ends of the legs, are specially designed for Normann Copenhagen for My Chair.

Clean with damp cloth
Load capacity: Max. 150 kg dynamic weight. Seat Depth: 42 cm.

 




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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.