Here are a few notes on the new chair:
• The design process that Behar and the team went through for this chair helped them to coin the term "eco-dematerialization" — an awesome new phrase all about reducing the mass of each and every component of the chair and while the materials were minimized, the design maximizes the usefulness of each molecule of the finished product. Kindness to the earth through better, more thoughtful design.
• The back of the chair is frameless and flexible but super strong and ergonomically supportive. The structure and design of the "3D Intelligent Surface" material provides different levels of support for different parts of your back as you sit and move.
• It's a striking design, unusual and a bit radical, and beautiful in its lightness and transparency. We can imagine it lightening the visual load of any workspace, making for a more welcoming room overall.
• The price point ($399.) is super reasonable and was part of the design brief from the beginning - it's just one part of the whole package, but an important one for consumers, especially those who are shopping for a home office.
Images: Janel Laban