If you’ve got some spare cash knocking around that you feel would be well spent on making your study/office a bit more comfortable we suggest you try out the SAYL chair by Herman Miller.
This chair might look normal enough at first glance, but in fact the chair’s design was inspired by the suspension engineering on the Golden Gate Bridge. It claims to give you the ‘freest’ experience of sitting that you could hope for.
The SAYL gets its comfort from a mix of the ‘ArcSpan’ stretched material over the ‘Y-Tower’ on the back.
The eco-friendly nature of the chair is another thing to consider – it doesn’t just get made in a factory in a single factory in Asia and then shipped throughout the world, in fact there’s 3 different zones the chair is produced in so to limit the pollution from transportation. The parts are designed to tessellate into small containers in order reduce emissions even more – neat! Available in multiple colors.
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)