Nami

Teknion

Nami® is a contemporary, European-designed stacking chair. Its sleek, lean design is inspired by the dynamic beauty of a cresting wave, from which the name Nami is derived.


Nami's sculpted back has a gentle, controlled flex that moves with the user's body to provide comfort for extended periods.

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Product Name
Nami
Manufacturer
Teknion
Manufactured
Canada

Product Type

Chairs
Stacking chairs

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Nami® is a contemporary, European-designed stacking chair. Its sleek, lean design is inspired by the dynamic beauty of a cresting wave, from which the name Nami is derived.


Nami's sculpted back has a gentle, controlled flex that moves with the user's body to provide comfort for extended periods. Nami is designed as a stacking chair with accessories that include a tablet arm, bookrack, dolly and ganging option.


Nami's smaller scale makes it ideal in training and conference areas, auditoriums, classrooms and healthcare facilities. It's fresh, modern profile is also attractive in a retail setting, cafeteria, café and recreational spaces. A 36-inch counter-height stool coordinates with Sidewise® counter-height workstations, Livello® and other 36-inch counter-height tables.

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