The Harbour Armchair With Light Grey Steel Base was created by Norm Architects for the brand Menu.
This range of furniture is a classic combination of Danish design, style and manufacturing. Since 1978, Menu has been collaborating with leading architects across the globe to create clean-lined and simple but comfortable furniture for both the home and public spaces. Norm Architects was created in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn. Their philosophy has been to create timeless and beautiful works, using the highest quality products.
The Harbour Armchair With Light Grey Steel Base is an extremely versatile piece of furniture. Although designed specifically for open spaces, offices, showroom or restaurants it looks great in the modern home, too. Design features include a higher than normal backrest and an armrest that bends backwards. These provide extra support. The moulded polypropylene seat, with a base height of 45cm, rests on a frame constructed from steel for durability and ease of maintenance, making it both strong and extremely comfortable. This beautiful chair can also sit alongside other colours in the range and with tables from the Harbour collection to provide a stunning suite of furniture.