Published at Wednesday, February 06th, 2019 - 06:51:33 AM. Chair. By Alys Krüger.
Firstly they want it to be comfortable, but secondly they also want it to look good, fit in with the room’s décor and add a visual point of interest. In terms of ”comfort”, the expression is far too general. An ergonomic office chair is comfortable for working on a PC, but it would not be considered ideal or appropriate for watching TV in the evening. So even ”comfort” means different things in the context of different environments and different ways of using a chair. Our expectations of the chair have and continue to grow and expand as we develop more activities, more ways of performing seated tasks, and as different designs and trends come into and go out of fashion.
There is a lot of variety in most things in life, but there are few products that can vary as much as the common – or not so common – chair. Chairs come in every shape, size, design colour and fabric imaginable and they can also serve any number of different purposes. In its most basic form a chair is simply something that we sit on, but when you think beyond that the chair becomes a much more complex item. Ultimately every chair has a purpose and that purpose may be a single one, or one with multiple objectives. The living room chair, easy chair or sofa chair is a classic example. On the face of it, it is simply a chair, however most people who buy that kind of chair want it to do two things.
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