This ergonomic chair is called the Aeron Chair. It is a product of Herman Miller designed in 1994 by Don Chadwick and Bill Stumpf. This office chair provides healthy comfort and balanced body support with its innovative suspension and easy-to-use adjustment controls. Its sleek, ergonomic design has won the Aeron a permanent spot in the Museum of Modern Art.
Recently, Herman Miller in collaboration with Japanese botanic artist Makoto Azuma have created an unusual version of the Aeron Chair. The chair delivers all the important features of the Aeron Chair and the body of the chair were covered in a green AstroTurf skin. This AstroTurf covered chair is not only has green color, basicly, the “original” Aeron Chair is earth-friendly chair, where over half of each chair is recycled materials, and almost the entire chair-94%-is recyclable. It is GREENGUARD certified and can contribute to LEED certification.
We’re serious about comfort. The high, wide, contoured back takes the pressure off your lower spine. Armrests slope slightly down in the back for the most natural and comfortable support. The “waterfall” front edge of the seat takes the pressure off your thighs, so your blood keeps circulating and you stay alert and focused.
This Ergonomic Chair is a perfect office chair, since it was designed specifically for people who spend a lot of time in a chair. It also may be customized via modular extensions such as lumbar and sacral support, fixed or adjustable armrests, and varied caster bases to accommodate diverse fields of deployment.
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