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Herman Miller unveils new Lino Chair in Middle East

DUBAI, January 26, 2020

Herman Miller, the global design and furniture manufacturer has introduced its latest work chair, Lino, in the Middle East, UK and European markets, following the product's successful launch in the US last year.

A globally recognised provider of furnishings and related technologies and services, Herman Miller said it has been relying on its innovative design to help people do great things since its inception in 1905.

Charged with designing a high-performance work chairs at exceptional value, award-winning designers Hecht and Colin found inspiration in constraint, said a statement from the company.

Thanks to its design prowess and Herman Miller’s ergonomic expertise – including the patented PostureFit technology – Lino brings scientifically-backed comfort and a wide range of aesthetic options to your workplace or home.

Leaning on more than 50 years of Herman Miller’s industry-leading research and design, Lino holds the same DNA as the rest of Herman Miller’s performance work chairs, offering each person balance movement and dynamic fit, it stated.

Lino’s contoured seat works together with its high-performance breathable suspension thanks to a composite of different thread tensions. Adjustable back support is also available for added comfort in the sacral and lumbar regions, said the statement from the company.

Stacy Stewart, the Regional Director (MEA) at Herman Miller said: “By pairing Hecht and Colin’s design expertise with Herman Miller's undoubtedly high standard of comfort we are proud to launch the creation of Lino Office Chair with a focus on connecting value, design dexterity and ergonomic expertise to bring you high performance work chairs.”

Lino marries Hecht and Colin’s design expertise to the comfort you’d expect from a Herman Miller task chair. It has been made to the highest quality standards and rigorously engineered, tooled and tested, stated Stewart.

That attention to detail is also apparent in the chair’s minimal environmental impact – it is up to 97 per cent recyclable and is comprised of approximately 26 per cent recycled materials. Lino is backed by Herman Miller’s 12-year, three-shift warranty, he added.-TradeArabia News Service




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