Allseating, a leader in the design and development of cost-effective and highly ergonomic seating solutions for a variety of office environments, has recently launched Innate. A fully upholstered ergonomic task chair to add to its lineup, the design of the piece was conceived by award-winning industrial designer Todd Yetman.
“The majority of today’s workforce is having to divide their time between working from home or at the office, making the essential need for a clean and classic, yet casual and comfortable solution more evident than ever before,” said Paul Vendittelli, President of Allseating. “With the increased stress and uncertainty in the world these days, having a task chair like Innate that promotes comfort and focus means there’s one less thing to worry about.”
Innate Offers Instinctive, Inclusive Wellness Benefits to Users
True its namesake in Yetman’s classic style, Innate was designed with clean, soft lines and the plush comforts of home along with the ergonomic benefits of an office chair. The design, the company notes, is to enable it to be welcome in the aesthetics of wherever it gets deployed. From a hospital to a home office, the chair is meant to provide the same comfort and feel on top of its ergonomic functionality.
Options come in Black or Birch finishes with upholstery that can be customized with a large number of fabrics, including a multitude of bleach-cleanable options for maximum cleanability and sanitization.
“Now more than ever, employee wellness is being integrated into every aspect of the workplace, no matter the work environment, and quality ergonomic seating that adapts to the user is not excluded from that equation,” said Yetman.
“Knowing that the line between work time and free time is often blurred and that many employees report working longer hours at home versus in the office, Innate’s plush upholstery and absence of hard surfaces ensure that proper posture and back health are prioritized.”
Its adjustability is designed to be instinctive, states Allseating, with easily accessible modifications tucked away in a fully integrated core. The chair’s lumbar engages the flexible webbing straps located in the chair’s back, which move and contract to mimic the natural curvature of the spine.
This height-adjustable lumbar has a range of 4 inches, which ultimately allows it to meet the critical points of the lumbar for most body types. The chair’s headrest also boasts a 60 degree pivot with five unique height positions. The arms, too, offer a wide range of movement, with the company noting they can be fit into any position the user may require.