CAPER | Stool By Herman Miller
High stackable Nylon® stool
The Caper Stacking Stool provides flexible, short-term seating for a variety of spaces. Available in a 610-mm or 760-mm seat height, the stools feature a one-piece footrest that wraps 270 degrees around the legs, allowing them to be stacked up to five-high when not in use.
Designer Jeff Weber’s human-centred design for Caper Stacking Stools is evident in the subtle details – from the seat angle, which is tilted slightly forward to support active sitting, to the footrest, which is accessible from any angle.
Caper’s glass-filled nylon seat and back are contoured for comfort, flexible for give and colourful enough to brighten up any room. Holes in the material allow the body to breathe, so moisture and heat dissipate and the body remains cool.
An optional FLEXNET seat uses advanced suspension materials to minimise pressure points, which keeps a person comfortable as he or she sits.
As stylish as they are versatile, Caper chairs and stools are available in a palette of fresh, lively colours. Sophisticated neutrals complement, while vibrant primary colours bring energy.
The Caper family of agile, stylish seating includes multipurpose chairs and stools as well as stacking chairs and stools. Mix and match chairs and stools to add practical function and a pop of colour to any space.
Caper’s glass-filled nylon seat and back are contoured for comfort, flexible for give, and colourful enough to brighten up any room. Holes in the material allow your body to breathe, dissipating moisture and heat so you remain cool. An optional FLEXNET™ seat uses advanced suspension materials to minimize pressure points, which keeps you comfortable longer.
Caper Multipurpose chairs and stools feature swivel, tilt, and seat-height adjustment to support a broad range of activities.
Caper stacking chairs can be stacked up to six-high on the floor or 15-high on the Caper Cart. With optional ganging connectors, they make a tidy presentation space. The stacking chair with tablet arm also stacks up to three-high on the floor; the stacking stool stacks five-high on the floor, thanks to its clever leg and footring design.