Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood
  • Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood
  • Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood
  • Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood
  • Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood
  • Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood
  • Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood
  • Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood
  • Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood
  • Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood
  • Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood
  • Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood

Normann Copenhagen My Chair Wood

€264.45
Availability if not in stock 1 to 2 weeks.
Back Shell: *
  • Birch
  • Oak
  • White
  • Light Grey
  • Grey
  • Oyster
  • Dusty Green
  • Sandstone
  • Moss
  • Black
  • Walnut
  • Smoked Oak
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A chair, just as a chair should be 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. The series has now been expanded with new family members and an updated color and material catalog.

My Chair My Chair is the result of designer Nicholai Wiig Hansen’s vision of the perfectly balanced chair: ”My aim was to design a chair with unequalled harmony and to try and come close to the indefinable quality that, in my opinion, lifts a design to another level.

 

Specifications

Shell and Legs: Painted and Lacquered wood Veneer

Size Description

Height: 80 cm
Length: 48 cm
Depth: 50 cm
SH 44cm
 

  • Nicholai Wiig Hansen

    Nicholai Wiig Hansen has had his own design studio since he was 26 years old. When Nicholai designs he uses himself as the target group. Proportions are extremely important in his work and details are not added from a decoration perspective but only if they serve some kind of purpose. He is inspired by everything that surrounds him and especially art, food, nature and machinery. When Nicholai Wiig Hansen designs a new product he always thinks the product to end in his head before sketching a single drawing. Everything from production to form and all the way to the end-user
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