• Collection: Ceres

    Ceres seating began with scientific research on how people sit. The end result is a superior sitting experience-and a stylish, beautiful chair. The aesthetic integrity of form that follows function gives Ceres its clean, purposeful appearance. Its contours and shape exist to support you completely as you move throughout your workday. As a bonus, Ceres also has the aesthetic flexibility to reflect just the right personality for practically any workplace environment.

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  • Complete Support

    In the studio of Ceres designer Wolfgang Deisig, every new concept begins with a question: What can be improved? With Ceres, Deisig set out to improve the back support delivered by work chairs. He conducted motion studies of how people sit and revealed a gap in support as they recline. The kinesthetic design of Ceres addresses this problem, keeping the backrest in constant contact with your lumbar as you sit upright, recline, or move between postures.

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  • Complete Control

    Seating is personal. At the same time, it's also universal. That's why Ceres makes it easy for everyone in the workplace to take control of their own superior sitting experience. Ceres accommodates most workplace applications, and all users from the 5th to 95th percentile. User adjustments are immediately responsive and fully integrated into the seat, putting personalization within easy reach.

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  • Be our guest - and more

    The Ceres multi-purpose chair translates the kinesthetic design of Ceres work chairs to seating for guests, training sessions, and other applications throughout the workplace. No matter how you specify your Ceres multi-purpose chairs-with or without arms, with casters or glides-they stack neatly up to four-high when they're not in use.

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