Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 01, 2011
Corporate Design Choice is the leading distributor for Herman Miller systems furniture and is proud to announce the arrival of the Herman Miller Sayl chair. For over 20 years, Corporate Design Choice has been the leading provider of Office Cubicles and work stations in south Florida and proudly offers Herman Miller office furniture, Krug office furniture, and geiger office furniture among other top designer brands.
Along with providing designer Herman Miller office furniture, Corporate Design Choice also offers in-house designing for office buildings, providing quality Broward office furniture to compliment every individual work place. With a showroom located in Doral, Florida, clients may sample pieces of furniture and choose from many designer brands. Designers at Corporate Design Choice can make every office space a streamlined, luxurious place of business.
As the leading distributor of Herman Miller systems furniture, Corporate Design Choice is proud to offer the innovative Sayl chair. Designed by the innovative mind of Yves Behar, a designer for Herman Miller, the Sayl chair was designed to mimic the structural designs of suspension bridges, much like the Golden Gate Bridge in Behar's hometown of San Francisco. The idea was to bring the structural stability of a suspension bridge to an office chair without all the bulk seen in other products.
The end result of Behar's efforts yielded the Herman Miller Sayl chair, an real innovation in the world of office furniture. The Sayl chair is a sleek, attractive design with a Y-tower support structure in the back, allowing it to support the user's back without the added bulk of a frame. Smooth and comfortable, the Sayl chair provides all the stability of a larger office chair with a minimalist design that allows it to slide its way into any office setting, providing the perfect accent to any cubicle. The Sayl chair features a firm but flexible elastomer material in its support system that provides tension where the user needs it without ever imposing on comfort.
Furthermore, the frameless design of the Sayl chair also contributes to the environmental values firmly upheld by the Herman Miller brand. By foregoing the materials needed to provide a frame for more structured support, the Sayl chair is not only a comfortable and practical choice, but also a "green" choice for companies looking to minimize their carbon footprints. The materials that go into each Sayl chair are 93% recyclable.
As an added incentive, the "sail" design that serves as the chair's back is not only comfortable, but also looks cool an is a perfect fit for modern offices. Many office workers spend a good fraction of their day in their chairs, sometimes making for a very uncomfortable experience during the warm summer months, but the net-like structure of the suspension back material acts as a vent to ensure maximum comfort. With an unrivaled level of comfort, a minimalist concept, and a streamlined design that allows endless movement, the Sayl chair is the only chair of its kind, unmatched by any other office chair.
The stylish Sayl chair comes in a number of different models to blend in with any office setting.
The Sayl work chair can slip into an office cubicle, taking up minimal space and allowing the employee to glide through the office space with ease, while the Sayl side chair with its four-leg or cantilever base can serve as a guest or conference chair. Always versatile, the Sayl chair can adapt to any office to suit the varying needs of employees. For office furniture miami, the number one choice for the largest selection of Sayl chairs is Corporate Design Choice.
The Herman Miller brand understands that office furniture needs to be practical, functional, but always fashionable. A stylish office is an office that clients remember. With the needs of corporate productivity in mind, Corporate Design Choice strives to provide quality, versatile office furniture that can compliment any office space with tactfully understated style, and the Sayl chair is the perfect example of Herman Miller’s innovation at work.
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