CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.--SmartFurniture.com is proud to announce that the Herman Miller Setu Chair is now available and is fully customizable in three minutes with the online
"At Smart Furniture, where we focus on customizing products to fit the unique demands of our customers, the Setu is a perfect fit."
The Setu Chair by Herman Miller (MLHR) is designed specifically to meet the needs of the modern office, and more importantly, the individuals who work in that modern office. Built to adapt to each unique person, the Setu Chair automatically conforms to your weight, height, posture, and center of gravity.
Featuring a new kind of back support called the Kinematic Spine, the chair is flexible and comfortable enough to adapt to a wide range of users. The cutting edge engineering and people-friendly design of the chair have already received numerous industry accolades, including the prestigious Gold and Silver awards from the Best of NeoCon.
"The Setu by Herman Miller is not only a breakthrough in the technology underlying office chairs, but it remains true to Herman Miller's design aesthetic," said T. J. Gentle, President and CEO of Smart Furniture. "We believe that the Setu SmartDesigner showcases Setu's options, features and benefits in a way that consumers can find only at SmartFurniture.com."
"With the Setu, Herman Miller has created a chair that improves individual comfort by adapting to individual work styles," said Stephen Culp, Founder and Chairman. "At Smart Furniture, where we focus on customizing products to fit the unique demands of our customers, the Setu is a perfect fit."
Just as impressive as the functionality and diversity of the chair is the commitment to environmental sustainability. Composed chiefly of recycled material, the Setu is itself 93% recyclable. Setu has GREENGUARD certification, Cradle to Cradle certification, and can contribute to LEED credits.
More information about the Herman Miller Setu Chair is available at SmartFurniture.com at http://www.smartfurniture.com/products/Setu-Chair.html.
Originally reported in Enhanced Online News December 2, 2009