Percy, Pippin + morse

By NaughtOne


Nicole Marion was inspired to design the NaughtOne Percy by the sinuous shapes of mid-century modern waiting room chairs. She started her own experimentations with form and found a chance to also express her love of contrasting materials. The result is a bold, graphic chair made of cool steel and immaculate upholstery with oversized surfaces for dramatic – or subtle – expressions of colour.

With over 65 graded-in fabric options and 16 standard colours for the frame, you can design the NaughtOne Percy to fit in anywhere. Go bold and bright to make a statement. Style it sober and subtle to blend in. But whether it’s office, reception, campus, or hotel one thing comes as standard: complete comfort.


Pippin, designed for NaughtOne by Lucy Kurrein, is the moveable lounge chair with a playful cone-shaped silhouette and a comfortable cupped sit that encourages people to gather where they like and stay awhile when they do. Compact yet solid and stable, its hidden wheels and a fashion-inspired stap handle (both optional) make it easy to slide Pippin to where it’s needed. Move it, twist it, turn it – connecting has never been so much fun.

The moveable Pippin lounge chair by NaughtOne is built for longevity but designed for sustainability. The zip on, zip off cover makes cleaning or reupholstering a cinch whilst its ingenious inner casing is free from glues so easy to disassemble at the end of its life. Not that you’ll be repurposing it anytime soon: as with all their products, NaughtOne stand behind the Pippin with their industry-leading ten-year warranty.


Changing work patterns have highlighted how flexible the humble table needs be. These days it can be asked to host task work, meetings, conferences, schooling, coffee drinking and dining – sometimes all within the space of a day. The Morse Table System by NaughtOne is ready to meet the challenge, swiftly adapting to need with spacious surfaces, flexible configurations and a useful collection of dot-dash accessories. Humble just became heroic.

The Morse Table System, designed for NaughtOne by John Tree, just refuses to be categorised. In an airport it’s a bar-height surface for checking in on emails between flights. In a design studio it’s a canvas for collaboration, mind-mapping and creativity. And on campus it’s a supportive space for study, research and learning.

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