Herman Miller Aeron Chair
The Aeron chair is part of the modern Museum of art permanent collection not only because it looks good; its appearance is only the beginning. Aeron ® meets both the user and the environment. It adapts naturally to each body, and is made of recyclable materials by 94%.
Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick for Herman Miller ®
Fortunately, the two designers who produced the innovative Chair Equa ® began to think of something similar. Don Chadwick and Bill Stumpf began their work with a blank slate, and undertook the task of thinking about what a Chair can do for a person. It questioned assumptions about functions, shapes and materials. Stumpf and Chadwick became quite robust conclusions.
The Herman Miller Aeron Chair promotes health of people who spend more time sitting in it because of active mode. It provides fundamental support that allows you to maintain a healthy posture and enjoy that comfort in the lower part of the back. The Aeron ® chair, designed in three sizes, moves and fits with the ease and naturalness as possible. It offers support to the body of the user in any of the positions to be taken to perform their duties.
With its range of finishes, neutral colors and designs of the Pellicle ® mesh, Aeron ® offers a variety of options to create the Chair that you really want. Your honest design contributes to that it fits any environment, both traditional and contemporary.
Its manufacture must save natural resources and the Chair must be long-lasting, recyclable, removable and easy to repair. Almost 50% of the Chair is made with recycled materials and can be recycled in a 94%.
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