Harbour Chair / Steel Base

By Norm Architects



This is the type of sitting experience that energises you in the morning, helps you plug in during the day, and welcomes you to unwind at night. From the kitchen to the office, the private dining room to the bustling café, the Harbour Chair effortlessly sails to any destination, becoming instantly at home – and making sure you feel the same.

Sit down and stay awhile. The Harbour Chair by Norm Architects envelops you in modern comfort, pairing exceptional comfort with a strong profile.

Clean lines. Diverse, tactile materials. A sublime sit. The Harbour Chair was conceived with all these elements in mind to create the ultimate, versatile, easy-going armchair for modern spaces.

Dining in has never looked or felt so good. The low ergonomic armrests not only enhance comfort, but also allow the chair to be tucked all the way under standard dining tables. As a chair should. The Harbour Chair strikes the right balance at work too, thanks to its multi-functional nature.

The Harbour Chair can be left bare or upholstered, with four elegant base styles in solid oak or powder-coated steel inviting further personalisation. 

12 week lead time 


Norm Architects

Dimensions (mm)

W590 x D570 x H810 seat height 450


Shell - 85%Polypropylene,15%Glass Fiber

Base - Powder Coated Steel


Indoor use only.

All special/custom orders may be subject to minimum order quantities and/or surcharges - please contact for further information


Colour: Black/ Black

Approx. 12-14 weeks from order.

H:81cm, W:59cm, D:57cm, SH:45cm

Armrest Height: 67.5cm

Powder coated steel base.

Shell is 85% polypropylene, 15% glass fiber, injection moulded.

Upholstered shell is CAL117 50kg / 50N or 40kg / 60N.

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Meet The Designers

Norm Architects

Founded in Copenhagen in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn, Norm Architects specialise in residential architecture, commercial interiors, industrial design, photography and art direction, with an emphasis on the importance of drawing inspiration from norms and traditions within architecture and design.