The sleek structural aesthetic of the Suit Chair is inspired by today’s architecture. The X frame, which is the main support on the back of the chair, is inspired by same X structure that has become ubiquitous in modern building design. Norman Foster’s famous Hearst Tower in New York City, as well as his Gherkin in London, prominently feature this exposed X to improve structural efficiency. Similarly, the Suit Chair’s X frame and mesh back allow for better aeration, while its striking structure make it an appealing seating option for any office.
The Suit chair adjusts to your every move for all-day ergonomic comfort. Its ergonomic features include a mesh back for ultimate breathability, seat height and depth adjustment, synchronized seat and back tilt mechanism with tension adjustment, and a multi-position lock, plus the arms have a height and adjustment. For an even more custom seating experience, the Suit chair comes with removable lumbar support.
Whether you are someone who likes to lean and lounge while you work, or prefer a more upright sitting position, the Suit chair fits. When you’re outfitting a series of collaborative workstations, or a home office, the Suit chair offers state of the art ergonomic seating at a great value.