Discreet functionality: Arper’s Kinesit task chair

Arper launched the Kinesit task chair. Designed by Spanish studio Lievore Altherr Molina, a frequent Arper collaborator, the chair has a discreet built-in “self-balancing” mechanism hidden under the seat provides synchronized movement and seat height command. Meanwhile, an invisible, adjustable lumbar support is concealed within the backrest’s thin frame for a clean aesthetic.

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