Trinetic Task Chair
Monday 05 Jun 2017

Trinetic is the world’s first fully certified task chair to provide dynamic support without the need for manual user adjustment. Providing ergonomic excellence and an unrivalled level of comfort, it can be specified across a broad array of settings in the workplace. From a collaborative work chair to an eight-hour task chair, Trinetic responds to the needs of the individual user at any given time.

Trinetic has no manual user adjustments. Instead, it uses three independent pivot points that combine to create a chair that ‘follows’ rather than resists the user. This promotes better support through a wide range of body movements, and has been proven to increase contact with the user’s body through the full length of the seat and back surface compared to traditional synchronised mechanisms. This provides greater comfort and encourages a more dynamic user experience.

Boasting a sophisticated and refined aesthetic, Trinetic is built around an aluminium cradle, which can be finished in a wide array of styles. It can be supplied in any combination of mesh, fabric or leather seat and backrest, together with a choice of four and five-star base options. It is ideal for those who want a task chair, but can also be specified as a touchdown work, meeting or conference chair.

Design Director at Boss Design, Mark Barrell, comments: “Having completely deconstructed our market’s established ideas about how a task chair should move and what it should offer the user, Trinetic has set the benchmark for the next generation of office seating. Courtesy of its pioneering design, Trinetic provides tangible ergonomic and commercial benefits in order to meet the demands of a modern workplace.”

Mark adds: “It is an honour to be recognized by the Red Dot judging panel and a very proud moment for everybody involved in this epic project.”

Boss Design is pleased to announce that its Trinetic task chair has won the ‘Red Dot - Best of the Best' Product Design Award 2017 - an accolade whose previous winners include Apple, Dyson and Ferrari.

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