Optimal comfort, accessibility: Nemschoff’s Ava recliner

Herman Miller subsidiary Nemschoff launched the Ava recliner, which provides infinite back adjustments, easy-to-use controls, and reverse recline for user comfort. Designed by David Rich and Mark Saffell of Venice, California’s 5d Studio, Nemschoff offers the recliner in an arcade or wingback design. Highlights include pivoting arms and dual-arm controls that allow simple recline function for diversely abled users. The Ava is affixed to closed casters for cleaning ease, as well as optimal mobility with clear visual cues for braking and steering.

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