Arper’s Kinesit Task Chair Hides Its Mechanism In Its Seat

Arper’s Kinesit Task Chair Hides Its Mechanism In Its Seat

The Kinesit task chair by Arper embodies the company's mission for human-centric design and drive for 'soft tech'.

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Kinesit boasts faultless functionality within a flawless silhouette

Designed by Spanish design studio, Lievore Altherr Molina, a frequent Arper collaborator, the high-functionality of the chair is completely hidden out of sight.

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A discreet built-in "self-balancing" mechanism hidden under the seat provides synchronized movement and seat height command. An invisible, adjustable lumbar support is concealed within the backrest's thin frame, for a sharp, clean aesthetic.

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For more information contact infousa@arper.com. Explore Arper's product line on Designer Pages or visit www.arper.com.

Posted September 4, 2015 by Editor

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