Manufacturer Thos. Moser recently debuted the Penn Orthopedics Chair at the Philadelphia Antiques Show. Produced in collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, the chair features an ergonomic lumbar support, a wide and cushioned seat, and forward-oriented arms that help support the neck and shoulders.
The Penn Orthopedics Chair Integrates Design and Orthopedic Medicine
Although its stated function is to "subtly provide relief and comfort," the chair is comfortable as well as aesthetically impressive. Constructed of walnut or cherry, the Penn Orthopedics Chair evinces a Thos. Moser tradition of fine craftsmanship, exhibiting both Shaker and Mission influences.
Thos. Moser and the University of Pennsylvania have a long-standing history of collaboration. The manufacturer has outfitted many U. Penn spaces, including the Van Pelt Library and the Annenberg Research Institute. This tradition continues today: the company is building furniture for the boardroom and offices for the new Penn Center for Human Performance.
Proceeds from the sale of each Penn Orthopedics Chair will be contributed to the Penn Center for Human Performance. Contact Thos. Moser for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Manufacturer: Designed, engineered, and crafted in America, Thos. Moser products harness the natural beauty of wood into beautifully crafted furniture for contract and residential applications. The company sources its materials from sustainably-harvested hardwoods in the vicinity of their Maine workshop.