Product name designer tagline Move Compact

Move™ Compact

Sit down, stand easy
Per Øie, 1985

Product description text block Move Compact

Move™ Compact is a continuation of our classic sit-stand chair, Move™. What separates this model from its predecessor is its smaller seat and base and lower range seat height, making it even more lightweight and easier to move around. The chair is compatible with height-adjustable and regular desks alike and is optimal for the home office or any other place where you might want variation. The rubber fixture under the seat allows you to place the chair on the tip of your desk when you’re done for the day. Similar to Move™, the Move™ Compact foam seat is available in a variety of upholstery options. The base is made from beech plywood covered with an ash top veneer. The surface is manually sanded and coated with a water-based lacquer available with a natural or black finish. The integrated rubber disk makes Move™ Compact suitable for use on all kinds of floor surfaces.

Product Video Move Compact

  • Measurements

    Chair Measurement:

    Seat Ø: 36 cm  

    Base Ø: 34 cm

    Seat height: 49 – 68 cm

    Box Measurement:

    H 23 cm x L 44 cm x W 41,5 cm

    Weight incl. box: 7,1 kg

  • Materials

    Move™ Compact has a wooden base made from beech plywood. For a beautiful and durable finish, our plywood is covered with an ash top veneer, manually sanded and coated with water-based lacquers. The height adjustable mechanism is empowered by high-pressure gas, ensuring smooth and reliable transitions. The seat is made of sculpted foam.

  • Fabric

    Revive is a vibrant upholstery textile designed by Georgina Wright, produced by Kvadrat. Made from 100% post-consumer recycled polyester, it is created with a focus to reduce the environmental impact both in production and on natural resources.

    Interested in exploring other upholstery options? Find our entire upholstery collection here and reach out to your nearest retailer to place an order.

Per Øie


Norwegian designer, Per Øie, graduated from Bergen Academy of Art and Design in 1958. His designs have been showcased around the world, including exhibitions in Tokyo, Paris, London and Copenhagen. Øie gained national recognition for his Move chair and was awarded the highly sought-after DOGA Honorary Award in 2002. 

Designer Per Øie