Famed American furniture company Herman Miller and industrial designer and Fuseproject founder Yves Behar have collaborated to create the latest in seating technology, the Sayl Chair. Two and a half years in the making, the chair’s groundbreaking design has broken the boundaries of what can be done with seating. Inspired by San Francisco’s iconic suspension bridges (where the Sayl was born), the chair’s lack of a frame allows it to mold to your body when you sit within it to relax — offering full support for your spine. Yves Behar (who we interviewed here) incorporated 3D intelligence when developing the Sayl, combining meshing with the y-tower structure for maximum comfort. The Sayl Chair is also 93% recyclable, making it not only a stylish and comfortable purchase but also an eco-friendly one too. Available in a variety of colors for $400-$500 each at yliving.

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