Feel good at work with Okamura’s new Lives Work Chairs, available from UCI.
September 30th, 2019
For more than 40 years, UCI has manufactured and delivered premium furniture solutions to elevate any workplace and encourage employees to excel in their companies. A company that prides itself on quality and functionality to the highest degree, UCI and its international partners bring forward an extensive collection of superior office furnishings. Japanese-based company and UCI partner Okamura extends the UCI philosophy through its commitment to excellence in products for the contemporary workplace.
From concept to completion, Okamura products embody exquisite craftsmanship and a creative spirit that has lasted decades and continues to do so. Formed in 1945, the company’s founding principles are based on creativity, cooperation, frugality, savings and service, which inspire the high-quality products and services for the office and commercial sector. Okamura products continuously push the boundaries of design through intricate details and innovative ways to create productive, comfortable and dynamic spaces.
Taking the vision of “feeling good at work,” to a new level, the Okamura Lives Chair embodies the form of a relaxed and refined chair design for the workday. Office chairs in today’s contemporary workplace demand more than just functionality; they require thoughtful craftsmanship to aid the productivity and comfort of employees. Designed to fit in any setting, the Lives Chairs bring a casual look to the office, paired with state of the art, sophisticated features to elevate the workplace.
The Lives Work Chair is the perfect fit for the office, café or even in the space of your own living room. This versatile chair offers the genius of contemporary design in true Japanese form. The Lives Work Chair is the product of seamless design paired with simple and elegant textures and tones married together. Available in an array of colours and finishes, The Lives Work Chair takes away the stress of the tedious work day and greets you with a sense of comfort.
Redefining the idea of relaxing in style, the Lives Work Lounge Chair is Okamura’s laid-back capsule. This lounge chair is designed to keep the lower body relaxed, while maintaining the spin and neck upright for an ideal posture at work. With new engineering and functionality, this lounge chair is dynamic and meets the demands of the modern work style. The organic contour and soft lines provide a relaxed, yet professional aesthetic within the workplace. A simplified and modern design, the Lives Work Lounge Chair evolves the workplace and creates opportunities for happier and healthier wellbeing and environment.
An environmentally conscious company, Okamura ensures environmental thinking is embedded in every creative process, product and in the brand’s everyday activities. The Lives Work Chair and Lives Lounge Chair are both GreenGuard certified, making it a leading choice for ethically sound office furniture.
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