Talking about contemporary interior furnishings, no need to introduce Herman Miller, a name that communicates more than 100 years of experience in this field. The development of classic pieces and the introduction of new features have always aimed to build a better world around you. Year after year the improvement of the performances has become their hallmark. Here you'll find some tips for office chairs.
Celle Chairs by Jerome Caruso
Shaped by Jerome Caruso, the dependable, hard-working design of Celle chairs not only makes them fit for a wide variety of people and spaces but also stands up to heavy use, even in the most challenging environments – no matters if it’s a conference area or a hospital work station. The interconnecting loops are engineered to form a “flex map” that conforms to your unique shape. Moreover an inspired palette of warm colors helps the highly technical design achieve a timeless look.
Aeron Chairs by Don Chadwick
Conceived for the first time in 1994, Aeron chairs changed people’s perception of what an office chair should be. We might say in some way it found its place in popular culture. But with all the changes that occurred so far, Herman Miller decided to work on this hallmark.
Based on the latest research around the science of sitting, and advancements in materials, manufacturing, and technology, Aeron chairs were reshaped in 2016 with the help of the original co-designer Don Chadwick. The updates include a more refined tilt mechanism , adjustable PostureFit SL, and 8Z Pellicle suspension. Aeron chairs now perform better than ever and let the customer do the same.
Embody Chairs by Jeff Weber and Bill Stumpf
Designers Jeff Weber and Bill Stumpf set out to solve a long-standing problem: the lack of physical harmony between people and their technologies. They were willing to design a chair that not merely minimize the negative effects of sitting. They claimed the importance of a health-positive chair, which brings you physical benefits and actually helps you think. As a result Embody work chairs have set a new benchmark for pressure distribution, natural alignment and support for healthy movement in ergonomic seating.
Work chairs now can let us achieve postural equilibrium naturally, no matters our spinal curvature.
Sayl Chair by Yvés Behar
Sayl designer Yves Béhar and its development team reconsidered almost every part of the design and set a new reference point in its class for quality and performance. Healthy support and exceptional value are both Sayl’s features. Its unframed 3D intelligent back lets you stretch and move and gives you a feeling of freedom and support.
Nevertheless Sayl has also an environmental responsibility: it’s produced on three continents to reduce the distance between the factory and the buyer and its materials are almost entirely recyclable.