We often underestimate the importance of a great chair. When in reality we really shouldn’t. We spend the majority of our day sitting on chairs, whether we’re working in our home office, enjoying a meal, or simply sitting and reading a book for leisure! Hence, this piece of furniture needs to be not only comfortable but ergonomic, and aesthetic as well. And one such intriguing chair design I recently came across is the Naku Stack Chair.
Designer: Harri Korhonen for Inno
Finnish brand Inno’s founder Harri Korhonen designed a minimal and clean chair called Naku. The beauty of Naku is that it’s a stackable chair! Built from solid wood, Naku features a simple and sophisticated design which is further enhanced by its long legs that connect to form a dynamic A-shaped frame, which allows multiple chairs to be stacked on top of each other. This little Naku tower has a pretty compact structure, enabling it to be stored quite easily and efficiently.
Created with fine wood craftsmanship, Naku boasts a timeless and elegant aesthetic that cements a long life cycle and provides it with the ability to always match contemporary tastes. The Naku chair comes in an option of – birch, ash, or oak wood. You can also choose to opt for a fabric-upholstered seat or a leather front surface. The wood has been equipped with a UV-protected, non-yellowing, water-based varnish as a finish.
The Naku chair is complemented by other products in the Naku family such as a stool, a bookshelf unit, and dining and coffee tables. You can add other designs, and mix and match, to create a cohesive and harmonious living space. These premium quality products have been designed specifically to be placed in public spaces such as meeting rooms, dining rooms, restaurants, living rooms, and other cozy and comfy spots.