Ny Chair X Rocking - Camel
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Designer Takeshi Nii named the “Ny Chair” after his family name Nii, and also the Danish word for “new” or “fresh”. The designer's passion for chairs began when he saw a director's chair in a magazine before WWII. While repeating tests for functional chairs, Nii saw a beautiful chair with a fabric seat from Denmark. Inspired by these chairs, Nii produced this folding chair (designed in 1958) which won numerous awards and later became a permanent feature at MOMA in 1970.
Steel, beech wood and canvas.
width - 24"
height - 36" H
seat height - 15.5"
folded width - 5"