Caper Stacking Chair

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Caper Stacking Chair measuring height, width, and depth

The Caper Stacking Chair is a simple, light weight, stackable office chair; the chair is made out of molded polypropylene which has been ergonomically shaped to offer flexibility and support. The Caper Stacking chair was designed by industrial designer Jeff Weber in 1999 and was the recipient of a NeoCon Gold Award for task seating.

The Caper Stacking Chair has an overall height of 32” (81 cm), width of 24.25” (62 cm), and depth of 24” (61 cm). The seat height of the Caper Stacking Chair is adjustable between 17.5” (44 cm) with arms set at 26.25” (67 cm) overall.


*Under Development*

32” | 81 cm
24.25” | 62 cm
24” | 61 cm
Seat Height:
17.5” | 44 cm
Arm Height:
26.25” | 67 cm overall
Tubular steel frame; aluminum arms; molded polypropylene seat and back
Jeff Weber


Drawings include:
Caper Stacking Chair side elevation, front, back, plan, side (business person)


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Office chairs, or desk chairs, are adjustable chairs designed specifically for performing desk tasks with features that offer a high degree of adjustability in response to individual ergonomic preferences and the height and stature of the user.