NOMI’s newest collection of seating has landed. Comprising of a variety of timber seating, the Jasny Range was designed by Berlin-based industrial designer, Stephanie Jasny. Jasny chairs are ideal for multiple surroundings, including workspaces, hospitality environments and as statement pieces for residential homes. Designed with comfort front of mind, the chairs are solid and inviting, encouraging you to stay, sit and feel at ease for a while.
The Jasny range comprises of an armchair, a side chair, and a collection of stools and bar
stools. Specifiers will be able to tailor the range in terms of colour and upholstery, giving them the flexibility to use the chair in numerous applications. Most importantly, the chairs are designed to be both inviting and comfortable, further aiding their ability to transition between home, work and play. All pieces in the Jasny range are crafted using sustainable, FSC harvested timber, and stack for efficient shipping and storage.
NOMI’s core objective with the new range was for the chairs to integrate into multiple settings. Another key requirement was for the pieces to nest and stack, for efficient shipping. After following her success, NOMI reached out to Stephanie with these key values of agility and sustainability. Stephanie also articulates that she ‘wanted the design to feel unpretentious while having an emphasis on the details and manufacturing’, demonstrating an inherent understanding of NOMI’s commitment to design and craftsmanship.
Stephanie attracted great public interest through her graduation project, Cordula, which has been included in the permanent collection of the International Design Museum in Munich. In 2012, she was awarded the winner of the German Design Award in the category of Newcomer. She is an industrial designer, and teaches at the University of Arts in Berlin.NOMI focuses on making furniture that compliments the agile nature of our modern lives. At its core, NOMI is a celebration of design, artisanship and innovation – in the home, workplace and other spaces where people gather.
To view the range, please click here.