“The Napi design is born from the exact need for a comfortable and padded chair, yet not upholstered in fabric or leather. We chose the polyurethane for the seat-back shell: a material which we think is positively simple, not snob. And we decided to use it in that way: a curvilinear seating that tilts and bends softly and continuously… therefore we gave it the name of a butterfly. We regard Napi as a “pop” item: as for its intended use (for anybody), as for its formal features and materials”.
The shell in flexible polyurethane is available in white, anthracite grey, taupe, brown, arctic blue, brick-red; it is made in a single piece featuring a rounded bending, which marks the transition from the seat to the back. The cilindrical legs are in lacquered metal (white or anthracite grey) or in solid wood (walnut-colur stained ash and brushed ash, natural or grey-stained).