Normann Copenhagen

Herit Chair – / Oak foot by Normann Copenhagen White/Natural wood

Shipping Cost

£5-18/€5-21

293.30

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Herit Chair – / Oak foot by Normann Copenhagen White/Natural wood

Normann Copenhagen Chair White/Natural wood Plastic material/Wood. Dimensions: L 50 cm x D 51 cm x H 78.5 cm – Seat: H 45 cm. A seat that combines innovation with traditional Scandinavian design, Herit displays the clean, inviting style that sums up the history of Danish design, thus forming part of its traditional heritage. But Herit also has elegant, modern lines formed using innovative production methods. Its seat and back are made of injection-moulded polypropylene with foam to make them thicker and more comfortable. This chair has been specially designed to fit our body and ensure optimal comfort. Its solid oak base shows the importance of classic Danish craftsmanship for designer Simon Legald, while proving that combining the two materials is a perfect success. With plastic and wooden combined in this way, the result is harmonious, durable and easy to maintain. Mixing tradition and renewal, the timeless, graceful silhouette of the Herit chair allows it to transcend styles and the passing years… > Flash sale: special price for a limited time only.

Brand

Normann Copenhagen

Store

Made In Design

Material

Style

Size

Color

White

Availability

In Stock

Used

No

Estimated Delivery

4-10 days

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