by Niels Diffrient
This ergonomic chair is “a fantasia of forgiving mesh.” Even the front edge of the seat flexes enough to eliminate
contact stress under the thighs.
This “beautifully balanced” chair features a rocker mechanism that allows the seat to flex and move with you. Weight is evenly distributed for continuous support.
While it might look as if it’s “designed for condors,” this radical take on the swivel chair is surprisingly comfortable. It’s engineered to be used for work that requires constant changes in posture.
Aluminum Group Management Chair
This “classic” from Ray and Charles Eames has withstood the test of time thanks to both its sophisticated silhouette and a “sitting pocket” that conforms to the body’s shape.
Price: Starting at $1,179
Italian designer Antonio Citterio brings the striking silhouette of his Spoon Stool into the conference room. The chair’s thermoplastic back flexes for comfort.