20 Nov evomove High Chair
It was conceived by Norwegian furniture designer Peter Opsvik, who designed the Tripp Trapp high chair in 1972 for his son. Fast forward to 2018, and Opsvik was inspired to create the Nomi for his granddaughter. The philosophy is that all family members should be able to be at the same level at the kitchen or any other table, even the very young ones. Parents will appreciate that the Nomi is very easily adjusted as the child grows—seamlessly and without tools. The seat and the footplate automatically align when you adjust the height, so that child is always seated in an ergonomically correct position.
The Nomi features a minimalist, Scandinavian look, with a choice of light or darker wood. It’s compliant with international FSC Standards and weights just 11 pounds. Sustainable and recyclable materials reduce the chair’s footprint.