Setu, the latest in innovative chair design, refuses to compromise on comfort.
September 8th, 2009
Herman Miller’s ’Setu’ range is a family of chairs intuitively designed to suit the changing nature of the way we work today.
Technology has changed the way we work, but comfort is still a priority when it comes to seating. The ergonomic design of Setu makes this comfort possible.
Setu removes the need for tilting or tweaking, as it has no adjustment features. Instead, Setu combines form and function to create a chair that follows the movement of your body, a true geometric breakthrough.
Setu’s single kinetic support spine is made of simple compounds for the ideal combination of flex and strength. Due to the minimised components used, the chair weighs only 8kg – its lightweight structure resulting in less time and effort when assembling.
This innovative design uses H-Alloy, a material that has never before been used in the manufacturing of chairs. H-alloy is a logical choice for Setu, due to its durable and anticorrosive nature.
The lack of harmful toxins in H-Alloy also allows for a lighter carbon footprint, making Setu an environmentally friendly choice.
The adaptable nature of Setu means that it can accommodate all sizes and workplaces.
More information about this innovative product and all of the Living Edge range can be found at livingedge.com.au or by calling 1300 132 154.
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