The Fritz Hansen N02-10 Recycle Dining Chair designed by Japanese design studio Nendo is thoughtfully crafted using upcycled plastic household waste. The visible crease presented in the backrest of the N02-10 chair was inspired by a simple fold of paper found in the Nendo design studio, a feature that provides the user with a hugging comfort and exceptional support.
The curvaceous shell uses household plastic waste, collected, processed and upcycled in central Europe. Possible to recycle again if necessary, N02-10 is as environmentally friendly as it is stylish, earning the prestigious EU-Ecolabel. This is a robust and stackable design that is perfect for the home or commercial environment.
Materials: The N02™ Recycle shell is made from recycled house hold waste. Powder coated steel legs in matching colour to shell. Stackable 10 chairs. The N02™ Recycle chair has earned the prestigious EU-Ecolabel.
Dimensions: Height: 81cm x Width: 54cm x Depth: 54cm (Seat Height: 46cm)
Founded in 2002 - Nendo is a Japanese design studio headed by Oki Sato. Their diverse range of designs include furniture, lighting, industrial and interiors. Sato was born in Toronto, Canada and later moved to Tokyo, where he took a M.A. in Architecture at Waseda University. "Nendo" means 'modelling clay' in Japanese - a term perfectly suited to the studio’s sculptural approach to design no matter the material. For their work, Nendo has been awarded with Dezeen, Wallpaper and Red Rot Design Awards among many more throughout the studio's lifetime.