The Agitus chair has been designed to morph to you, to
flow, to work, to support, to change, to breathe with you.
You could describe its motion as fluid, natural and balanced
we think this is a good thing. It should, we believe do all this
in a covert way rather than screaming look at me, it should
do all this, all day, every day, instinctively.
Agitus has been carefully conceived to provide a complete
solution to the acknowledged challenges of seating posed in
work environments around the world today. Like many great
examples of product design Agitus deliberately shies away
from an overt visual aesthetic and seeks to conceal and
disguise its inner workings delivering a refined conservative
appearance that would be comfortably placed in any work
environment. The most striking visual characteristic being its
artistically sculptured back frame that through necessity
resembles the form it is intended to support, the spine, and
from which the intelligence of Agitus is deployed.
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Ergonomics is not an exact
science and it is not a surprise
that Ergonomists don’t agree on
much; however constants are
that the spine has four principle
curves (cervical, thoracic, lumbar
and pelvic) which form the holy
grail of the ‘S’ shaped spine.