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Harbour Chair: Wood Base Upholstered
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Natural Oak Base + Remix 123 Grey Upholstery: $670
Natural Oak Base + Fiord 191 Charcoal Upholstery: $740
Natural Oak Base + Dunes Black Leather Upholstery: $850
Natural Oak Base + Dunes Cognac Leather Upholstery: $850
Natural Oak Base + Remix 233 Sandy Brown Upholstery: $670
Dark Stained Oak Base + Remix 123 Grey Upholstery: $670
Dark Stained Oak Base + Fiord 191 Charcoal Upholstery: $740
Dark Stained Oak Base + Dunes Black Leather Upholstery: $850
Dark Stained Oak Base + Dunes Cognac Leather Upholstery: $850
Dark Stained Oak Base + Remix 233 Sandy Brown Upholstery: $670
Dunes Leather Upholstery: $850
Fjord Fabric Upholstery: $740
Remix Fabric Upholstery: $670
Fabric Group 1: $660
Fabric Group 2: $730
Fabric Group 3: $810
Leather Group 1: $790
Leather Group 2: $950
Leather Group 3: $1,050
Leather Group 4: $1,150
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The combination of fine upholstery in supple leather or a premium textile along with a textural oak wood base elevates this version of the multipurpose Harbour Chair. Suited to a variety of settings, it was originally conceived by Norm.Architects for the waterside quarters of Danish brand Menu—a combined office, showroom and cafe in Copenhagen. The versatility that serves the company so well also makes Harbor a versatile contender as either a residential or commercial furnishing. Visually, the slim silhouette strikes a balance of geometry and organic shapes without sacrificing long-lasting comfort, with the molded shell seat's armrests turned outward for more ease and the high backrest providing reliable lumbar support.

  • 32" h x 23.25" w x 22.5" d (81x59x57cm)
  • Seat height: 17.75" (45cm)
  • Fabric Group 1: Gaja C2C, Remix 2, Icon, Milly, Vienna
  • Fabric Group 2: Canvas, Colline, Fiord, Hallingdal 65, Savanna, Steelcut 2, Steelcut Trio 2, Ritz
  • Fabric Group 3: Vintage, Crystal Field, Outback, Tokyo
  • Leather Group 1: Dakar, Ultra
  • Leather Group 2: Dunes, Shade
  • Leather Group 3: Royal Nubuck
  • Leather Group 4: Elegance
  • Fabric or leather upholstery, solid oak
  • Branded box


"It's about creating aesthetically pleasing designs that evoke true feelings,” Menu founder Bjarne Hansen told the online magazine Lonny, “as well as improving processes in people's daily lives.” Ranging from tabletop objects to bath fixtures to lighting and furniture, the Danish brand’s pursuit of "soft minimalism" involves collaborations with designers from all over the world. The company’s guiding spirit is a quest for functional originality—with each product having either a new purpose, incorporating a new material or utilizing a new production method.

Menu is just as dedicated to responsible manufacturing as it is innovation. Working to locate new partners in developing countries around the world, the company searches out local factories or small private co-operations to turn out high quality goods and also provide a better economic foundation for the people involved in that production. "We’re passionate about design, new materials and clever details," say the folks at Menu, "and we dream about making a difference."



“Norms aren’t boring,” Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen of Norm.Architects says, reflecting on the name of his Copenhagen-based design studio, formed with fellow architect Kasper Rønn. “On the contrary, the firm wants to make use of all that centuries-old wisdom that we now know as design.” Norm encompasses furniture, dinner service, kitchenware and lighting fixtures as well as architecture projects with third partner Linda Korndal.

“There’s something in our design culture that’s born out of our connection to the Nordic climate, to the crafts and the natural materials that surround us, and that 'something' makes us stand out,” Jonas says. Norm.Architects has garnered numerous prestigious awards such as Red Dot, IF Design Award and Design Plus Award. Jonas focuses on aesthetics and Kasper concentrates on technology but the lines are often blurred on any offering, says Jonas. “You should be able to look at it in 10, 20 years’ time and still find it useful and beautiful.”