The N-CC01 Lounge Chair is designed to have a small footprint, but with great comfort. The rounded back not only adds a warm and welcoming look and feel to the chair, it also allows the user to freely move in it, while the small overhang of the back and armrest, makes the chair itself easy to move around.
The N-CC01 Lounge Chair is one of the tailor-made furniture pieces that make up the third collection of Karimoku Case Study, the Archipelago House collection. Norm Architects designed the house with a focus on using and embracing natural materials, muted colors and clean lines - striving to create a minimal, yet well welcoming and curated interior. All of which has been combined with high quality craftsmanship and beautiful handmade pieces to make up the third collection of Karimoku Case Study.
Pure Oak or Smoked Oak
Available in a range of premium textile options
Please view the Karimoku Case Study brand book for detailed product variants
Our furniture and lighting products generally require production and transport lead times. Please contact us to confirm timeframe.
- Made in Japan
- Designed by world-renowned architects
- Quality craftsmanship and sustainable design
Karimoku Case Study is a contemporary lifestyle brand, based in Japan and born out of admiration and love for serene beauty, material richness and timeless appeal. Inspired by the Case Study Houses, Karimoku Case Study draws on the visionary works of the architects for the iconic, modernist program.
Each of the collections are brought to life by Keiji Ashizawa Design and Norm Architects, through individual cases and the story of each collection is told through its native setting.
Norm Architects was founded in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn. Norm works within residential architecture, commercial interiors, industrial design, photography, graphics and art direction. The name ‘Norm’ signifies the importance of drawing inspiration from norms and traditions within the fields of architecture and aesthetics, which have been refined throughout the centuries.
One of the central values at Good Form is a respect for nature and our planet. We try to avoid trends and consumerism and focus on products that are well crafted from beautiful materials and have a timeless essence. So why launch another brand into a crowded market?