SAYL Chair by Herman Miller - Basic - White, Fog Arms & Tomato Seat
a. "Life Unframed": After three years of design and development, the Sayl Chair by San Francisco designer Yves Behar is ready for the public. The two innovations that make this chair so state-of-the-art the ArcSpan and the Y-Tower. ArcSpan shapes the back and anchors the suspension fabric, while the Y-tower is the backbone that stretches the fabric and provides support. Behar was inspired by the Golden Gate suspension bridge, in awe of the way structures such as this carry such emense loads. b. Eco-Dematerialization:Sayl uses fewer parts and less materials than other chairs of its kind allowing it to be packaged in half-sized cartons. It will also be built in three global zones, shrinking its carbon footprint even more.