Salone Milan 2010 – the Nap chair

Salone Milan 2010 – the Nap chair

NAP is a new stackable chair designed by the Danish designer Kasper Salto for Fritz Hansen

The NAP chair is a reflection of Kasper Salto’s approach to design. “For me design is about relevance. To always create a product that has relevance towards its user’s.” Say’s the design star. “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.” Salto continues.

As a trained cabinet maker and a graduate from the Danish Design School in Copenhagen, Kasper Salto’s work is characterized by respect for simple forms, materials, good workmanship and a belief that design can improve life.

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