Key facts

Product:
Narin Folding Chair
Family:
Narin
Manufacturer:
Case Furniture >
Designer:
David Irwin >
Architonic ID:
1407537
Country:
United Kingdom
Launched:
2016
Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Chairs >
Groups:
Seating-Chairs >

Product description

Key Features
Foldable
Suitable for contract use
Easy to collapse and move around
Can be stored in condensed stacks
Technical / Construction Veneered plywood seat and back
Solid wood legs
Clear polyurethane lacquer

H761 W498 D530 H30” W19.6” D20.8”

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Concept

Inspired by the constantly adapting nature of modern workshops, the Narin chair is both easy to collapse and move around, and can be stored in condensed stacks that occupy minimal space.

The elegant design features a smooth sweeping transition from the turned legs into the formed backrest, which also doubles as the mount for the pivot from where the back leg rotates.

The seat and back are formed from layered birch ply with a clear lacquer oak veneer and brass xings. The xings contained on the underside of the chair slide along the grooves within the back legs to present a graceful silhouette with clean flowing lines, which looks as good folded away for storage as it does when open and in use.

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