The new Harbour Lounge Chair has the minimalist expression as its predecessors. Resting on a solid wood frame, offered in natural, dark stained or black oak and walnut, its embracing shell is available upholstered in a range of tactile yet durable fabrics in contemporary colorways. The low-pitched frame features rounded legs and subtle joinery details, and the generous shell has a wide back, angled for comfort and supporting the body while providing space to relax. Ideal for relaxing into after a long day, it features the collection’s characteristic curving armrests and a luxuriously over sized seat complete with a corresponding cushion.
These products are made to order. ‘Made to Order’ products are ordered specifically on the customers request and are considered a bespoke product – special terms and conditions apply. Production (lead) times stated above are an estimate only and do not include delivery to you. These items are specifically manufactured and ordered according to your selection, they can only be returned if they arrive damaged upon delivery. (Refer to our returns policy)
Founded in Copenhagen in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn, Norm Architects specialise in residential architecture, commercial interiors, industrial design, photography and art direction. The name, Norm Architects, reflects the group’s emphasis on the importance of drawing inspiration from norms and traditions within architecture and design – particularly the Scandinavian design principles of timeless aesthetics and natural materials, and the modernist values of restraint and refinement. Guided by these principles, Norm Architects produce a design that unites materials and craftsmanship, while embodying beauty, history and, most importantly, timeless simplicity, where there is nothing more to add or take away. Today, the group regularly collaborates with MENU, helping to drive the evolution of the brand and its product offerings —imbued with the same intrinsic quality as Norms creative direction: a simplicity that carries bigger ideas. Lead by the body and mind rather than by trends or technology, their projects explore ideas that not only look good but that also feel good: architecture becomes thoughtful, minimalism acquires softness and visual matter assumes haptic qualities.