After 6 years and millions of dollars in R&D, Herman Millers highly anticipated office chair, the Embody, finally hit the market in the start of 2009 mu
ch to the delight of office ninjas around the world. The Embody builds upon the massive success of its predecessor, the Aeron ergonomic office chair, which 14 years ago began allowing workaholics to spend their entire weekends sitting at their desks without developing serious back injuries.
The chair was designed by the late Bill Stumpf along with Jeff Weber, and features a remarkable 4 layer seat cushion, of which one layer has 93 interconnected plastic hexagon discs, or “pixels”, which move independently as the person sitting in it shifts their weight around.
The Herman Miller office chair comes in 13 colors and three finishes, and sells for as low as $1,495.
[ Article source : The Design Blog ]