Warm embrace: NAP chair by Fritz Hansen

A new version of the NAP chair with wooden legs has been launched. Designed by Kasper Salto for Danish furniture brand Republic of Fritz Hansen, NAP stands for "Normal," "Active" and "Passive," all the states the body goes through when seated. 

The NAP chair has a nylon shell that cradles the body, while the new bentwood base adds an organic element. Made of natural oak veneer, NAP’s new legs anchor the chair to the ground. The NAP shell also adapts to the user’s body shape. Available with or without arms, the new NAP comes in four colors: pepper gray, milk white, butter yellow and coffee brown. The chair can also be upholstered in Divina fabric from Kvadrat.

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