Aeron Chair by Herman Miller, Design by Bill Stumpf

A product of Herman Miller designed in 1994 by Don Chadwick and Bill Stumpf. It is an ergonomic chair that is regarded by many users as inherently very comfortable due to its wide range of fit (available in three sizes) and adjustability. Its novel design has gained it a spot in the New York Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection. The chair's exclusivity became a symbol of the dot-com bubble in the late 1990s. The chair departs from a typical upholstery-over-cushioning-base design. Instead, the seat and back are made of a stretched, semi-transparent, and flexible mesh called Pellicle. It can be customized through modular extensions like lumbar support, sacral support (dubbed PostureFit), fixed or adjustable armrests and varied bases to accommodate diverse fields of deployment.

Our price: Starting at $525

Mirra Chair by Herman Miller

Designed to support your back while you work. The TriFlex backrest is pliable and elastic, effortlessly accommodating individual sizes, postures, and micromovements. The passive PostureFit feature keeps your lower back properly aligned, so that you stay relaxed and alert and don't slouch when you're leaning forward or working at a computer. The one-piece, frameless backrest is a polymer pierced with 567 geometric shapes to create three flex zones. Each zone provides an appropriate level of flexibility for the right ergonomic support and natural adjustment. Mirra's durable material maintains its strength and responsiveness over many years. The Mirra design is fashion-forward - its sleek, high-tech aesthetic shows off its features and functions. And it looks to the future in another way. Mirra is a green chair. Made of 33% recycled materials, it has no PVC in its construction. It's 96% recyclable and disassembles easily. Its upholstery contains no foam and is completely recyclable when the chair reaches the end of its useful life. It adheres to McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry (MBDC) Cradle to Cradle Design Protocol and is GREENGUARD certified and may contribute to LEED credits.

Our price: $500

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