Humanscale and Todd Bracher Studio Roll Out Their Most Sustainable Task Chair Yet
Complete with 32 different colorway options.
Humanscale and Todd Bracher Studio are linking up once again to launch their latest most sustainable task chair yet. The office furniture powerhouse and award-winning design firm have long since been working together on shaping up products that are increasingly sustainable, inclusive and just as compelling.
Made up of about 22 pounds of recycled content, the Path task chair utilizes ocean and ocean-bound plastic with textile options such as an innovative 3D FormSense Eco Knit™ that is made of 100% post-consumer recycled polyester. The duo looked to further its application by offering 32 different colorways, 3 textiles and four finishes that perfectly blend into office spaces as well as home offices. With a sleek minimalistic aesthetic, Path can be easily assembled, disassembled and recycled once it’s reached its final moments. In line with Humanscale’s other installments, the sitter’s own weight and form are used for easy adaption with the chair without having to manually adjust any settings.
“Path was born from the vision of delivering world class inclusive ergonomics, responsibly considered, into a relevant user experience for contemporary work culture,” said Todd Bracher. “We sought to develop a quiet design solution that is perfectly in tune with the versatile nature of modern office architecture while making no compromise on its ability to solve complex and critical ergonomic needs.”
Base model prices for the Path task chair start off at $1,198 USD for the armless offering and come with a 15-year warranty. Check out the chair on Humanscale.
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