Norm Architects enrich Rest collection with a small upholstered armchair. The design is inspired by the way Japanese people use to sit on the floor and lean on the surrounding furniture to rest: thus, the low and wide backrest, can be a regular support for the back when in a sitting position or a comfortable support for a short rest if standing. Like the entire Rest line, the small armchair is characterized by a tubular metal structure refined with small brass details. Available in black eco-leather or green velvet, the cushion and backseat create a graphic game of circles that overlap when viewed from different angles
Norm. Architects was founded in 2008. Based in the heart of Copenhagen, Norm works with residential architecture, commercial interiors, industrial design, photography, graphics and art direction. The name Norm indicates the importance of drawing inspiration from traditions and norms that have been refined for centuries within the field of architecture and aesthetics. Norm uses this concept as a virtue to focus on quality, durability and timelessness. They want their designs to not only be of good materials and good craftsmanship, but to embody beauty, history and, most importantly, outlive fleeting trends. In spirit of Scandinavian simplicity Norm strives to cut to the bone in their designs. Finding the simplest shape for a given task without forgetting beauty and details, Norm Architects aim to reach a point where there is nothing to add and nothing to take away that can make the product better. Like true Scandinavians they pride themselves in their culture and history, aspiring to create new norms for Nordic design
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