Herman Miller introduces its award-winning multi-purpose seat, Setu.
July 19th, 2011
Designed by Studio 7.5, Setu’s single kinematic support spine cradles you and mimics your every move without the need for adjustment. Devised to fit all shapes and sizes and adaptable like no other chair in its category, Setu appeals to your functional needs as well as your design aesthetic. It can be the feature of any room or simply be noticeably unnoticeable.
has received a Design Mark in the 2010 Australian International Design Awards. An indicator of quality, value and reliability in the marketplace, the award cements Setu’s reputation as a chair that represents a breakthrough in seating technology.
Introduced in 2009, Setu has already garnered international recognition. In 2010 it was awarded a Design Mark by the Australian International Design Awards and it finished the decade with a bang, being named Design of the Decade by the Industrial Designers Society of America.
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