Think Work Stool by Steelcase designed by Glen Oliver Low
At A Glance: As you might expect, the Think Stool has a number of the same features as its better known progenitor the Think Chair. The ideas behind both the chair and stool are the same- lots of optional upgrades so you only pay for what you want.
What's To Like: Not least amongst the upgrades is the flexible headrest. Even better is the convenient ability to retrofit the stool with the headrest at a later date. Also, the fully adjustable arms have all kinds of pivoting abilities.
What's Not to Like:Some folks don't like the look of the Think Stool, but that's just a matter of opinion. As far as the quality of the stool goes, there's nothing to second guess.
The Bottom Line: It's rare to find a tall work stool of this quality with this many ergonomic features and fabric/leather options.
Optional headrest can be retrofitted at a later date
Available in durable Buzz 2 fabric, breathable Cogent Connect fabric, or Elmo Soft Leather
Optional lumbar support adjusts vertically along the back 4.25"
2.5" dual wheel casters for carpet or hard floors
Arms available in fixed height or depth, width, and pivot adjustable
The Steelcase Think Stool is also known by the following manufacturer item numbers: 46532100, 46533100, 46530100, 46531100S, 46533000, 46532000, 46530000, 46531000S.
Glen Oliver Low has been responsible for some of the most beautiful and award winning furniture and interior space designs of this decade. He has had work displayed in art museums as often as they're displayed in living rooms and houses, and he is the recipient of a commensurate amount of awards.
Low began his career in Germany, the country of his birth, studying at the Interior Design school at Wuppertal University. Soon after he received the "Master of Design" award from the Domus Academy in Milan for his design study of a compact car. In 1990 he began work producing office furniture for Vitra. Five years later he won the Compasso d'Oro award for Mobil, a container system which is now displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Not confined to desk chairs, Low has designed beautiful dining room chairs, car
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