Paolo Crescenti Design
Nami is a stacking seating that performs multiple functions in diverse spaces. Nami is equally at home in seminar, training, classroom and healthcare applications as it is in cafeterias and bistros.
Nami's sculpted back and seat have a gentle, controlled flex that moves with the user's body to provide comfort when seated over an extended period.
Stackable up to 8 pieces on the floor, reaches virtually unlimited stackability on trolley. The shell is made of recyclable polypropylene and is offered in several colours.
Available on request with additional cost fire retardant version in Black 7F.
The steel frame is available in chrome plated or powder coated finish.
The armrests are padded with black polyethylene foam skin. Available stacking stool version h cm 75 with or without armrests.
Writing tablet: The retrofittable writing tablet in ABS pivots 180 degrees for easy user adjustment and folds down when not in use. Chairs with writing tablet are also stackable.
Unlike most stacking chairs, Nami uses a single ganging device for models with or without arms, or in combination.
The ganging device, which is retrofittable, retracts beneath the seat when not in use.
Designer: Paolo Crescenti
Segis | The latest products