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Narin Chair By Case

Narin Chair

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Inspired by the constantly adapting nature of modern workshops, the Narin chair is both easy to collapse and move around, and can be stored in condensed stacks that occupy minimal space. The elegant design features a smooth sweeping transition from the turned legs into the formed backrest, which also doubles as the mount for the pivot from where the back leg rotates. Available in natural oak, white wash oak, walnut and wenge.

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Finishes

Oak

Black stain

Dimensions

W498mm x D530mm x H761mm

Online Delivery

We ship online furniture and lighting orders nationwide, these are either shipped with a selected courier or fragile freight carrier depending on the size and weight of the item. We dispatch stocked product within two working days once we receive the order. Delivery time may vary depending on the location and size of product. A tracking number will be provided once the item is dispatched from our warehouse.

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Designed by
David Irwin

Born in N.Ireland in 1986, David Irwin graduated in Three Dimensional Design at Northumbria University in 2007. He completed a fellowship on the Designers in Residence initiative at Northumbria’s School of Design in 2010 and subsequently went on to establish his own Industrial design Studio in 2011.

As a practice Irwin works for leading manufacturers and design led companies such as Habitat, Deadgood and Juniper and operates specifically within the spectrum of contemporary furniture, product and lighting design.

The studio’s design focus is rooted in material exploration and driven by a desire to assign purpose to both traditional and contemporary manufacturing processes. The goal with all of Irwin’s work is to combine a strong concept with fundamental usefulness.

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