Designed By Bill Stumpf and Jeff Weber
The Herman Miller Embody Chair's Function is on full display. This ergonomic office chair's highly technical structures—such as the spine-like Backfit, show how it bends to encourage seated movement.Embody is purposeful design that creates harmony between your mind and body, and between your body and work.
The result, you feel from Embody’s responsive ergonomics the moment you sit down—like you are floating, yet perfectly balanced. The seat distributes your weight evenly while supporting your body’s micro-movements. The narrow backrest allows you to move freely and naturally as it automatically adjusts to support a full range of seated postures. By reducing seated pressure and encouraging freedom of movement, Embody allows blood and oxygen to flow more freely, which helps keep you comfortable throughout the day. As a leading Herman Miller Embody UK supplier, we offer the chair in a range of finishes.
Balance fabric is 100% polyester knit, created specially for the Herman Miller Embody Chair UK. Loft, or thickness, gives it a cushy feel. Air and light pass through it more easily, providing maximum cushion and breathability.
Rhythm fabric is 100% polyester with no upcharge for application on the Embody chair as the fabric is an existing one for Herman Miller being used on other seating
Warranty 12 Years
NB: THE EMBODY IS FOR CONTRACT USE ONLY. NOT FOR DOMESTIC USE DUE TO DIFFERENT TESTING METHODS
BS EN 1335-1:2000
Office furniture. Office work chair. Dimensions. Determination of dimensions
BS EN 1335-2:2009
Office furniture. Office work chair. Safety requirements
BS EN 1335-3:2009
Office furniture. Office work chair. Safety test methods
BS 5459-2 +A2: 2008
Specification for performance requirements and tests for office furniture. Office
pedestal seating for use by persons weighing up to 150 kilos and for use up to 24
hours a day, including type-approval tests for individual components
BS EN ISO 9241-5:1999
Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) –
Part 5: Workstation layout and postural requirements
FIRA Ergonomics Excellence Award