Designers: Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick
It's the most well-known ergonomic office chair ever made. With good reason. As the first to replace fabric and foam with a breathable, woven suspension membrane—its innovative Pellicle seat and back—Aeron distributes your weight evenly, eliminating pressure points and heat buildup. The Kinemat tilt lets you recline fluidly, and PostureFit puts support where you need it most while seated—at the base of your spine.
Aeron’s functionality shows through, creating a distinctive look that invites you to sit and experience the chair for yourself. From the transparency of the Pellicle suspension material to the chair’s curvilinear lines, Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick designed Aeron around people, creating an aesthetic all their own, and starting a revolution in ergonomics.
With its aeration, inclusive sizing, support for the natural ways the human body moves when seated, and environmentally sensitive design, Aeron challenged practically every convention about office chairs. Every material, every mechanism on Aeron advances the art and science of seating.
"We wanted a totally new kind of chair."Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick View Design Story
The Aeron Chair is available in three different sizes to fit just about anyone. Easy-to-make adjustments let you fine-tune the fit for your body.
PostureFit properly supports the base of your spine, or sacral region, to help your pelvis maintain a natural forward tilt, thus keeping your spine fully aligned.
Aeron’s patented Kinemat tilt mimics the body’s natural pivot points—the hips, knees, and ankles—so the chair works with, not against, your body, and you recline fluidly.
Much more than a mesh, Aeron’s Pellicle suspension features elliptically shaped elastomeric threads woven together to create a topographically neutral surface. It conforms to each person who sits in the chair, and distributes weight evenly, eliminating pressure points and heat buildup.
The high, wide, contoured back takes the pressure off your lower spine. Armrests slope slightly down in the back for the most natural and comfortable support. The "waterfall" front edge of the seat takes the pressure off your thighs, so your blood keeps circulating and you stay alert and focused.
Aeron has an aesthetic all its own. It’s no wonder the chair was added to the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art even before the first one was sold. A selection of sophisticated materials and a choice of three Pellicle weave patterns make the chair well-suited to a variety of tastes and surroundings.
"Designs of the Decade" Gold Winner in Office Furniture from the Industrial Designers Society of America & Business Week magazine
International Plastics Consumer Product Design Award from the Society of Plastics Engineers
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