Motion

The modern office chair

You and the chair

Motion

Choose your usual sitting height, or lift your body higher into an almost upright position

Your pelvis rotates forward, which helps maintain the natural curve of your spine

Balance and tilt easily from side-to-side, or back and forth in gentle micro movements

The open angle between your hips and knees aids blood circulation

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  • Fabrics
    Fame

    Fame

    Fame is a soft, strong & stretchable fabric.

    88% Wools of New Zealand / 12% Polyamide
  • Product spec
    Design: Salto & Sigsgaard

    Launch date: 2017

    Chair Measurements:

    Seat: W34 x D37 x H17 cm

    Base Ø: 40 cm

    Seat height: 61 - 87 cm

    The Motion available for purchase online has a standard medium gas lift, which gives a seat height of 61 - 87 cm. To order Motion with a low or high gas lift, please contact your nearest retailer

    Low gas lift SH: 54 - 73 cm

    High gas lift SH: 70 - 92 cm

    Box Measurements and Weight:

    H 47 cm x L 34 cm x W 42 cm  

    Weight 8 kg 

    User and User Areas:
    • Suitable for women and men
    • Optimal for a variety of activities that are to be done in a half standing, half sitting position
    • Home, work or creative studio
    • Standard desks, height-adjustable desks, bars, kitchens, etc.
    • Can be used studying, playing music, or as an additional chair
    • Good for receptionists, hairdressers, dentists or architects
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