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N01 Chair

by Nendo — from 778,00 €
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The N01 chair was designed for Fritz Hansen by Nendo and embodies the skillful fusion of Danish design and Japanese aesthetics. Thanks to the high-quality processing of the veneer layers and the associated wooden elements, an original Fritz Hansen chair is created which convinces not only ergonomically, but also visually.


Product type Dining room chair

Material Frame and armrests: solid beech or oak
Seat and backrest: beech or oak veneer
Care Wood should never be exposed to excess moisture. To clean gently wipe with a soft cloth and if necessary a mild, neutral detergent.
Certificates & Sustainability The wood used for the chair was harvested from European forests.
Warranty 5 year cover against manufacturing defects.

Fritz Hansen offers an extended warranty when you register your N01 Chair online at
The registration of the product ID number must occur within three (3) months of the date of purchase, otherwise the extended Warranty is not granted.
Warranty period: 10 years.

Ordinary, normal, wear and tear are excluded from the warranty!
Datasheet Please click on the picture for detailed information (ca. 2,4 MB).
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Popular versions

N01 Chair, Oak
N01 Chair, Beech
N01 Chair, Black varnished oak

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