By Viollette Chabot. Chair. Published at Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 - 01:18:26 AM.
If you are in the market for a new office chair the first thing you need to consider is where you will be using the chair, home or office? The second thing you need to consider is the position the person holds that will be using the chair (if you are not purchasing this office chair for yourself because you are an assistant or a designer in charge of the purchases). Now that you have those two considerations determined, it is time to choose the perfect office chair for your needs.
In order to correct this common problem, scientists started to develop ergonomic furniture, such as mesh chairs. Much of the early ergonomic furniture worked very well, but was very clunky and unattractive. If you look at current mesh office chairs, you can how far ergonomic furniture has advanced in alleviating pain while still being stylish.
A mesh office chair may have both, its seat and its back, made of a mesh air grid. Other types of mesh chairs have an air-grid back and a leather seat. There are also chairs with an air-grid back and an imitation leather seat. Make sure your mesh chair comes with the following features: 2-to-1 synchronized tilt, an adjustable lumbar cushion, adjustable arms, adjustable arm height, as well as a no-swivel or swivel chair.
Herman Miller‘s designed team had to come up with a completely different kind of design for their signature ergonomic chair that they eventually named Aeron. Looking at the Aeron chair you will quickly notice that there is not one straight line in the chair‘s design. This was done on purpose because the human body also has very similar curves and no exact straight line. The chair‘s curve compliments the human being‘s shape to form comfortably on the chair. Even after the first designed was made, Herman Miller‘s designed team stress tested and experimented thousands of additional hours. They would not want to stop until the team was completely satisfied on their chair design.
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