The Focus Chair is a great solution to the simple and cheaply produced task chair, unexpectedly offering added convenience. SAYS WHO of Denmark incorporated a pair of clever quirks into the design that are intended to increase the comfort of the sitter.
The perch has been bestowed with not one but two backrests; the chair essentially consists of two folded injection-molded shells that are stacked one on top of the other. The pair of seats are sandwiched closely, affording extra strength and sturdiness; the dorsal supports flare back and separate, leaving a gap between them along their upper edges. The sitter leans against the inner panel while the other incorporates a handle and a place to hang your jacket. The fine steel frame of the Focus Chair integrates a footstool.
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The Focus Chair is a Simple Piece of Furniture with Thoughtful Functionality
- By: Amelia RoblinMar 14, 2013