The Harbour Armchair Leather was designed by Norm Architects for the brand Menu.
The brainchild of duo Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen & Kasper Rønn, Norm Architects is a contemporary Danish studio which creates some of the most eye-catching furniture designs around. Harbour was a collection created with Menu in 2012 in an attempt to craft a chair which was equally useful for boutique cafes, office break-out spaces, and home lounges.
With its flawless composition and fine use of materials, the Harbour Armchair Leather is a key part of the collection, and convinces utterly in every respect. The Harbour Armchair Leather focuses on comfort, offering a deep seat with enough room to accommodate sitters of all shapes and sizes. The raised back and high armrests ensure that sitters can relax easily, while the non-stick pads on the four feet ensure that the chair won't slide across home or workplace floors. The Harbour Armchair Leather stands 81cm tall and measures 59cm wide, with a depth of 57cm and a seat height of 45cm. The seat has been covered in attractive leather, the feet are made from slender steel, and the chair is also light enough to move around with ease.