Designer: Jeff Weber
Compact and comfortable, agile and affordable, Caper Chairs move around easily and brighten up any room with color and flair. They’re ideal for informal, flexible spaces where rearranging is encouraged—at home or around the office. And now Caper sports a new palette of vibrant hues and subtle neutrals.
Green Apple seat and back finish will be available soon.
Caper Chairs do so much, and are nice to have around, precisely because designer Jeff Weber kept the needs of the average person in clear view throughout the design process. For those wanting a lightweight chair, he made Caper compact; its armless version weighs just 9.5 pounds.
He added portability; the chair even has a handle. For versatility, he made Caper stack, so it can be part of the action or out of the way, depending on what you need.
"Achieves its high level of performance and comfort
by using standard materials in novel ways."
Anyone, even the kids, can move these chairs around easily. Caper chairs weigh about half as much as competitive models: The chair without arms weighs only 9½ pounds; the chair with arms, 11½. When stacked, Capers take up less floor space than folding chairs.
Choose the molded seat, contoured and flexible and perforated with small holes to help keep you cool. Or select seats made with Flexnet, a strong, breathable suspension material. Both seating options are available with or without arms.
Choose casters or standard glides for carpets. Stacking chairs can also be equipped with an innovative Floor Saver Glide insert to protect hard finishes—ideal for vinyl composition tiles (VCT); the glide pushes dirt out of the way instead of running it over and grinding it into the tile.
Caper is available in an array of versatile colors, from sophisticated neutrals to vibrant primaries. The light, clean design of the chairs fits in without dominating the look or feel of your space.
Each Caper chair is up to 100 percent recyclable. And made of up to 25 percent recycled material. Because Caper chairs weigh about half as much as competitive models, fewer materials and less energy are required for their manufacture