Nava

Elegant and comfortable with a flexible seat shell, available with different frames and upholstery options.
Design: Tom Deacon
Nava is a multi-purpose chair with a range of frame and upholstery options, making it suitable for many different uses. The flexible, ergonomically shaped seat shell provides a high level of comfort even when sitting for long periods. In the event area, Nava chairs can be joined together easily to form stable rows using connecting elements.

Versatility

The organically curved plastic moulded seat shell with clear and flowing lines makes Nava an elegant and comfortable chair which sits well in any environment, be it the home or restaurants. The seat shell can be fitted with a seat cushion or upholstered in the 'Linear' or 'Kontur' fully cushioned options, and is available with different frame options.

Product family

Four-legged chair, stackable
Four-legged chair with armrests, stackable
Four-legged chair, wood
Skid-frame chair, stackable
Skid-frame chair with armrests, stackable
High four-legged chair, wood
High skid-frame chair

Design

Tom Deacon

After earning a degree in architecture from the University of Toronto, Tom Deacon soon decided to work as a furniture and product designer.
Being a designer enabled him to experiment with materials on a smaller scale and implement his ideas directly. In 1984 he founded AREA Design and in 1990 set up an independent studio. His preferred design style is "understated", and he draws his greatest inspiration from objects of folk art and products by anonymous designers, such as Shaker furniture. After taking time out between 2001-2012 to work as an artist in sculpture, land art and garden design, he returned to product design in 2012.

Options

Plastic shell, without upholstery
Seat upholstery
Fully upholstered Linear
Fully upholstered Kontur
Fully upholstered bend leather
Frame chromium-plated
Black-coated frame
Frame in oak with lightening varnish
Frame in walnut-stained oak
Frame in black-stained oak

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