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TAKE A SEAT

August 16, 2017

In 2017, we find ourselves sitting for longer periods of time than ever before, which can put significant strain on the lower back. This week we highlight five pieces that aim to improve comfort and productivity with their ergonomic design.
ASTON
Jean-Marie Massaud, 2006
The Aston chair is built for comfort and performance. Its design is sleek and linear, giving this piece an aerodynamic feel that suits both work and home environments. Available in three different back heights.
CH26
Hans J. Wegner, 1950 | 2016
Designed in 1950 but never produced until 2016, the CH26 was manufactured in exact accordance with Wegner’s hand-drawn original sketches. The CH26 can serve as a refined dining or desk chair with its robust construction and purposeful design.
ELLIOT
Lievore, Altherr, Molina, 2007
Having sturdy and comfortable furniture capable of offering the right kind of support is just as important at home as it is in the work place. Entirely padded with soft down cushions, the Elliot sofa is designed for maximum comfort.
KEVI
Jorgen Rasmuseen, 1958 | 2016
A result of Rasmussen’s belief, “the better you sit, the more you get done,” the Kevi chair has won awards due to its iconic design. Both beautiful and functional, this piece is characterized by it’s innovative and comfortable design.
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TRACTOR STOOL
Craig Bassam & Scott Fellows, 2003
Inspired by the seat of a tractor and its ability to keep a person sitting upright while backless, Craig Bassam created the Tractor Stool. Available in multiple wood species, this collection encourages correct posture without relinquishing comfort or aesthetics. Available in multiple seat heights.
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