The Jumper Chair
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A successful collaboration between VS and globally renowned architect and designer Jean Nouvel
The Jumper Chair is the brainchild of renowned international architect and designer Jean Nouvel. From the classroom to the conference room and main hall, it's a highly flexible chair designed for active sitting anywhere, in any location. The ergonomic shape and movable features help maintain correct back-posture, whilst encouraging natural body movement – improving alertness, concentration and well-being.
The air-cushioned seat design of the Jumper Chair is characterised by the dual-walled seat shell manufactured from recyclable polypropylene. It has a particularly ergonomic shape and supports the natural form and posture of the spine. The fine micro-perforations on the seat surface help maintain a uniform temperature, increasing the comfort of the chair – especially for longer periods of sitting. The napped structure gives the surface a good grip and creates interesting changes of colour.
One of the most influential architects and designers of the present day, his constructions have changed the face of architecture worldwide. He achieved almost overnight fame in 1987 with the "Institut du Monde Arabe" in Paris, a building whose design creates a cultural bridge between France and the Arab world. Among many other awards, he won the Pritzker Prize and the Nobel Prize for architecture in 2008.
A chair for anywhere
The Jumper is a range of chairs, designed to be used almost anywhere. From the classroom to the meeting room, in office areas, refectories and assembly halls. Available in a variety of colours and chair types. Please contact us for more information, or request a sample.
The Jumper is available in two seat shell variations. A polypropylene molded, dual-walled air-cushioned design, or a stained, molded beach ply - both in a wide choice of colours.