The international manufacturer of office furniture and ergonomics specialist Sedus presents its new se:joy swivel chair – and the name says it all.
The times when workplaces were occupied permanently are long gone. New ways of working require increased flexibility, simplicity and ease in office furniture.
Modern office nomads move a lot and are often on the road. When they do come to the office, it is for meetings, workshops and maybe even briefly to sit at a workplace that happens to be free. This calls for a simple, comfortable and versatile chair, and Sedus se:joy is the answer, combining good design with clear lines and a surprisingly comfortable sitting experience.
Designer Martin Ballendat states, “It is my conviction to create original and recognisable products that are usefully, economically and universally suitable for as many fields of application as possible.”
Working at an office can be fun if its furniture looks light and colourful. Depending on its colour design, the new swivel chair can either be a refreshing contrast to existing office backgrounds, or integrate harmoniously into contemporary architectural contexts.
The fresh colours of Sedus se:joy’s membranes are prominently elevated by its filigree frames in black or light grey, and its graphic qualities are emphasized by semi-transparent membranes in light grey or anthracite.
Designer Martin Ballendat explains this choice, “I was intrigued by the task of designing a competent and ergonomic net covering of a shell – instead of the conventional thick circumferential frame – with a futuristic support structure reduced to a minimum, which is fine, sensual and intelligent.”
Not an easy task, but one that was solved by Sedus engineers with an innovative high-tech plastic frame covered with a breathable, one-piece membrane, which is manufactured of two qualities without visible transition. While the backrest has elastic and flexible properties, the sitting zone is designed to be consistently supportive. A further remarkable feature is that this fabric, exclusively developed for Sedus se:joy, never wears out.
Technical features include intuitively operable height adjustment with depth springing, an activatable rocking mechanism and a five-foot base on castors. Ergonomically designed armrests are also available.
Sedus Showroom London
157A St John Street
London EC1V 4DU
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