$594 or 4 payments of $148.50 with afterpay
A chair should support you and be there for you whatever the occasion or situation. Lightly does just that.
Lightly is super lightweight—just 2.7 kg—and thanks to our high-performance plant-based polymer it’s super strong, too. A chair this lightweight is a dream to move, making it effortless to adapt your home for different activities and events.
Lightly stacks with maximum efficiency to be there when you need it and disappear when you don’t. Ten chairs stack just one meter high making this lightweight stacker the perfect chair for every occasion.
Whatever your posture, Lightly makes sure you’re comfortable. Lightly’s curved back wraps to support your lower back, while the back posts are designed to flex subtly, and the seat is contoured to fit any body in any posture.
“Timeless, stackable and sustainable, this chair from Noho is built for a changing world.”
Lightly is made from plants and waste. The frame is made from castor beans, a renewable, carbon hungry plant which is turned into our high performance polymer. The seat is made from post-consumer recycled waste giving another life to a great material.
Lightly only uses what planet-friendly material is necessary. Efficient stacking shrinks Lightly's shipping footprint, and we make each chair using 82% renewable electricity in New Zealand.
Move surpasses BIFMA and BS-EN accreditation, two of the world's toughest furniture strength and durability standards allowing us to offer a 5-year warranty.
Lightly is designed by Formway, a research-based design studio recognised for their clever insights into human physiology and behaviour and emphasis on sustainable design.
Extensive user and expert interviews, video observation and white paper research informed the key drivers for Lightly; more and more people living smaller and busier and greener.
Lightly evolved through rigorous and unique prototyping and testing in the Formway lab in Wellington. Lightly’s design process was focused around physical prototypes and virtual testing to understand how little material could be used to create an incredibly strong and efficient product.