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Actiu launches the versatile Noom 50 chair

Actiu launches Noom 50, a chair designed to work across work, home and hospitality settings, thanks to the different versions and finishes available.

26/05/2020 2 min read

Noom 50 is available in three finishes, including a fully upholstered monoblock frame (a first for the brand’s catalogue). Three options to suit all the spaces and functions required.

The fluid and transversal design of Noom 50, alongside the many options for customisation, means it is suitable for multiple uses, from living rooms to work areas and even the kitchen. The chair is lightweight and can be stacked easily, freeing up space when it is no longer being used, and is easy to clean.

Its versatility is also apparent in the wide range of arms and legs available, which includes wooden frames and a swivel base. In its upholstered form, it becomes an elegant guest chair for workspaces, hospitality and home office environments, or for larger tables such as in the dining room. When working or studying from home, Noom 50 provides a practical, aesthetically pleasing and comfortable solution.

‘The inspiration for the Noom 50 has its origins in a digital aesthetic, imbuing its lines with continuity, making the chair a homogeneous, more organic and fluid unit. The fabric has been sketched out point by point in order to create that image of fluidity,’ says the designer Marcelo Alegre of Alegre Design.

‘Noom 50 is in keeping with Actiu’s philosophy, which seeks to humanise spaces with furniture pieces which facilitate concentration, communication and the exchange of ideas, with the focus on people and their well-being. The entire Noom range is manufactured from low-density polyurethane, which ensures you remain comfortable for long periods of time.’

Noom 50 expands the Noom collection, which has received a Bronze in Office Equipment at the European Product Design Award.

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