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Be Chair | Innovative Living| Design Trends

25-10-2010 Let it Be

Dearest ‘Be’ chair, where have you been all my life? Here’s a chair that responds to .clearfix:after{visibility: hidden;display:block;font-size: 0;content: " ";clear: both;height:0} the a{text-decoration:none; outline:none} way you sit and move, no matter what you’re doing. It’s a multi-posture, multi-mode task chair – and it’s a world first! Created by Formway, the Be chair is .brradius{border-radius:3px; -moz-border-radius:3px; -ms-border-radius:3px; -o-border-radius:3px; -webkit-border-radius:3px} so intuitive; it’s almost as human as you. It offers you support and freedom by naturally responding to * html .clearfix{zoom:1} your movements. The design comes as a response to *:first-child+html .clearfix{zoom:1} accommodate the changing workplace environment. The chair is also linked to supporting both mind and Humspm.com body, helping us to body{font:normal 12px Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; background:url(http://i1.cdn-image.com/__media__/pics/8243/bg.gif)} communicate better, promoting wellbeing and ergonomics. So be supported, be comfortable, just…be.

Image Source: www.indesignlive.com

Content Source: www.formway.comwww.designawards.com.au

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