Published at Wednesday, February 06th, 2019 - 06:43:11 AM. Chair. By Alys Krüger.
So what does the future have to offer? Already there are chairs in stores and in development that are replicating human biology in their design. These chairs have seat and backrest designs based around the human spine with the concept that a chair with a spine can support a body based around a skeletal spine. Each of the mechanical vertebrae segments making up the chair’s spine is hinged allowing them to move uniformly in equilibrium with a human back. Other developments are exploring advanced chairs that move as the body moves. These chairs cease to be passive supports and become automatically adjusting supports that move and twist as the person sitting on them moves.
One of the more popular materials used in papasan chairs nowadays is steel, most likely because of its very modern look. Steel chairs can also last longer than those that are made of rattan, which can rot over the years if exposed to the elements or not taken of properly. However, steel chairs are not as lightweight as the original rattan version, and they are considerably more expensive as well. When it comes to the cushion topping the chair, different kinds of fabric are used, although the best-selling cushions these days are those that are made of a microfiber material. This type of material is very easy to clean and is quite resistant to many types of stains, making it perfect for homeowners who have young children or pets.
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