smarin's therapeutic seat is a "radical alternative" to traditional pieces. The object has a minimalist and irregular chair shape. It is built atop a round steel frame. Elastic straps have been stretched to form the seat portion.
Dubbed the 'sChaise,' smarin's design is easy to work with and requires no additional manipulation. The therapeutic seat is ergonomically correct, quite flexible and comfortable. It can adapt to all body shapes and it promotes a healthy posture, it increases tonicity and its characteristics allow it to stimulate blood circulation.
smarin envisions its product as a "mechanical tool" as well. The studio employs body gesture specialist Lyse Gladieux to develop three sets of exercises for the therapeutic seat, adding extra value to the product.