The NAP KS50 Chair is a stackable version of Kasper Salto's famous NAP. "For me the NAP chair is all about being able to sit well in as many positions as possible. The name NAP is an abbreviation of the three key sitting positions; Normal, Active and Passive, because sitting is in fact a constant movement," says Salto.
The NAP KS50 Chair has a high gloss back, and the front of the shell is matt with ripples to emphasize the geometry of the chair. The chair is also available with seat upholstery - assembled when delivered or purchased separately. The base is available in a four-legged version in chromed steel or lacquered in colors matching the shell or with a chromed steel sled base.
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