Designed by Kasper Salto, 2010
Kasper Saltos NAP™ is short for Normal, Active and Passive, because sitting is in fact a constant movement
Designed by Kasper Salto
With its curvaceous shape, the NAP™ chair is feminine and elegant. The contours of the nylon shell adapt naturally to the shape of the human body and the textured waves turn hours of sitting into an attraction. The name NAP is an abbreviation of the three key sitting positions; Normal, Active and Passive – because sitting is in fact constant movement. Kasper Salto’s work is characterised by respect for good craftsmanship and a belief that design can improve life and in recent years, Kasper Salto has won a string of internationally acclaimed design awards for his creations. The NAP chair comes with or without armrests in a selection of colours and in several variants: with four steel or wooden legs, with a sled base, or as a counter stool or barstool. The wooden base is made of moulded, sliced oak veneer. The steel base is available in chromed steel or powder-coated in colours matching the shell. The shell has a high-gloss back and a rippled, matt finish front. Seat upholstery is available.