M60 Humanscale by Sedia Systems

M60 Humanscale by Sedia Systems

Here's an auspicious meeting of the minds (and hands, backs, and legs for that matter): Sedia Systems and Humanscale. The former stakes its reputation on stunning and superbly-engineered stadium seating; the latter on a comely contemporary aesthetic and ergonomic refinements. Together-with the help of designer Nils Difrient-they've fashioned the smart, slim, and highly functional M60 Humanscale Series.

M60 Is Comprised of Four Distinct Fixed Seating Styles

M60 Humanscale by Sedia Systems

Every seat in the M60 line is characterized by Sedia Systems slick swing away system and Humanscale's flair for clean lines and comfortable contours, yet they each boast distinctive features that set them apart.

Difrient World offers the ease of mechanism-free recline and tilt, along with form-sensing mesh for intuitive ergonomic support. Liberty features a wide mesh back and contoured, cradling cushion.

Freedom tempts with the tantalizing touch of a pivoting backrest and the easy control of a natural counter-balancing mechanism, while its companion style-Freedom Saddle-offers similar functionality with the pared-down aesthetic of a backless design and "Pony" Saddle," "a triangular cushion that encourages users to sit in a saddle posture, positioning the spine into a healthy lordotic curve."

M60 Humanscale by Sedia Systems

Frame materials for the M60 line include injection-molded nylon, die-cast aluminum, and titanium. Finish options run the gamut, from mesh to upholstery in a wide range of colors and color combinations. Each style in the M60 collection incorporates a high percentage of recycled materials, from 34 to 62 percent. They are up to 97% recyclable.

For specifying information, callĀ 866.892.6130 or email info@sediasystems.com. To see all Sedia Systems products, go to www.sediasystems.com.

About the Manufacturer: Sedia Systems is an industry-leading manufacturer of seating systems for auditoriums. The company is especially known for their fixed product line, yet they also offer stack seating, task chairs, lounge chairs, and training tables.

Posted April 16, 2013 by Joseph Starr

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