NORR11 Mammoth Chair - Leather


The beautiful NORR11 Mammoth Chair in Leather has been designed by the Danish designer Rune Krøjgaard and Norwegian designer Knut Bendik Humlevik and has a clean minimalistic look. The high back, hugging wings and soft padded upholstery provide superior comfort and sense of privacy, whether relaxing at home or lounging in a more commercial environment.

  • Materials: Solid Oak frame, seat and back of laminated Oak veneer in a range of finishes. Upholstered in Dunes leather. Dunes is a really soft leather that uses a special process involving sanding, buffing and applying a special type of leather oil to the surface gives it that almost velvety touch. At the same time, Dunes boasts a matt look that’s raw with a touch of understated elegance. Part of Dunes’ extra appeal are the subtle, natural markings which bring a unique personality to each hide. The leather boasts a patina that will appear over time as a result of the leather’s exposure to daylight, interior lighting and usage. In fact, the more you use Dunes, the more the leather becomes shinier and smoother. 
  • Dimensions: Height: 104cm x Width: 89cm x Depth: 87cm (Seat Height: 35.5cm)
    • Delivery Time: Around 8/10 weeks

      Designed By
      Knut Bendik Humlevik was born in 1984 in Bergen, Norway and graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of the Copenhagen School of Architecture. Knut is deeply interested in the integrity and dynamics of his creations. Rune Krøjgaard was born in 1980 in Herning, Denmark. His works are particularly characterised by his great understanding of materials and their properties. A profound fascination for individual lines and pure lines, combined with a marked taste for current trends, forms the mark of his drawings. In 2007 they created KR, they design products characterized by their function and purity while maintaining a good understanding of everyday life. For Knut and Rune, aesthetics and comfort are the key elements of their creations. Their work has been exhibited in numerous Nordic and international exhibitions.