World-renown furniture company Herman Miller recently assigned the design of its new office chair to famous designer Yves Béhar and the result is the beautiful SAYL task chair. Béhar’s inspiration was the Golden Gate Bridge of San Francisco, where he is residing. If someone notices the chair by the side, he will observe that the angle that the chair forms on the back side vividly reminds the profile of San Francisco’s distinctive landmark.
Herman Miller SAYL task chair integrates all these values which established Herman Miller as one of the leading furniture manufacturers, innovation, beautiful design, anatomically correct shape, quality and respect towards the environment.
Inspired by the principles of suspension bridges, the frameless back of the SAYL work chair encourages a full range of movement while the suspension back material keeps you cool. Its first-class ergonomics are defined by the carefully-designed shape of the seat and the special backrest which is made from a flexible perforated material, designed in 3-D for controlled distortion. The backrest takes the shape of the body and embraces the user and provides support where needed without forcing different body types to pre-defined seating positions.