Embody office chair by Bill Stumpf and Jeff Weber

When you first take a look at this office chair it doesn’t seem special at al. It’s just another office chair, like any other ones available on the market. It might look a little more stylish but other than that there are not other visible differences. Well, you couldn’t be more wrong. Embody chair is a very special piece, one that will definitely change your working experience.

Embody is great from multiple points of view. For example, it was designed in a way that is that to help reduce stress. If that’s true, less stress is always better. Also, this chair encourages you to have a healthful posture while working. We all know how difficult and annoying it can be to have to sit all day long on a chair while working. It’s worst when you have an uncomfortable chair. So this is great news, because this ergonomic chair might help make your days more pleasant. And we all know that happy employees are more productive.

Embody encourages natural movement and offers the user more freedom of movement. Also, its design automatically conforms to your every movement and distributes your weight evenly. It sounds like a very efficient and functional piece of furniture. It comes in a large variety of colors and textures, so you can choose the one like best suits your personality.Available for 1119$.

Published by in Office Design Ideas, on August 9th, 2011


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