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NAP chair with wooden legs

 Kasper Slato, 2010

NAP chair is ergonomic, comfortable, light, simple, resistant and stackable. It is available with or without armrests. The shell has a glossy exterior surface, when the interior is matt to make a contrast and bring out its geometric shape. NAP chair is also available with a cushion seat (it can be purchased later, or replaced). NAP chair is available with wooden base.

Warranty Fritz Hansen offer up to 20 years limited warranty if the products are registered online at fritzhansen.com

Shell and legs colors

NAP chair is available in 6 colors. The metal legs are available chromed or painted in the same color as the shell. 

Verona green

Midnight blue

Pepper grey

White milk

Sky blue

Silver grey

Free samples (against deposit)

NAP Chair
W54 x D51 x H77 cm
Seat height 45cm
without armrest
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NAP Chair
W62 x D51 x H77 cm
Seat height 45cm
with armrests
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Seat cushion

Nap seat cushions are upholstered with Divina fabric (Kvadrat)
100% new wool – 45000 Martindale.

Seat cushion for NAP Chair

Divina 106
White

Divina 154
Grey

Divina 191
Black 

Divina 224
Light beige

Divina 376
Aubergine

Divina 384
Dark brown

Divina 793
Dark blue

Divina 856
Olive green

Divina 944
Military green

Divina 552
Terracotta red

Kasper Salto

Kasper Salto was trained as a cabinet maker from 1985 to 1988 at the workshop of Jørgen Wolff in Hellerup, DK. In 1989 studying Industrial design at The Danish design school in Copenhagen, and later a semester at Art Center in Switzerland  . After graduation he worked freelance at the studio of Rud Thygesen where he met Peter Stærk who was the founder of Botium, a well-known furniture brand in DK.

Peter Stærk was the manufacturer of the Runner chair that became known in Denmark, winning five international design prizes such as the Japanese G-prize. The design of the Runner chair started the career of Kasper Salto. The chair was spotted at The SE-design exhibition in 1997 by Bjørn Stegger, the designmanager of the furniture company Fritz Hansen, and it led to a long lasting relation. Kasper Salto started his own studio in 1998, working with Fritz Hansen and developing successful products from 1999, such as the ICE series, LITTLE FRIEND table and the NAP series.