10 Sexy New Spins on the Desk Chair

Want to succeed in business (without really trying)? Take a seat in one of these upscale designs.

Wednesday, May 01, 2013

To be ergonomic, a chair's back should mimic the curves of a spine. But Studio 7.5 goes one better, modeling the Setu's tilt mechanism on human vertebrae. These polypropylene-and-glass spokes of varying widths will automatically bend and flex to nudge the sitter into a supported position.

Starting at $599; hermanmiller.com

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