Colorado-based furniture company Noho specializes in transforming upcycled plastic waste into furniture at their manufacturing unit in Aotearoa, New Zealand. The company has now launched its latest Move chair, which combines comfort and style together.
The eco-conscious company has teamed up with the Formway Studios to create a chair that adjusts itself with the person sitting on it. Made of upcycled plastic, the chair has an auxetic mesh seat that provides 4-way flex and form-fitting support to the body.
This flexible and breathable seat is claimed to conform to the body and comply with weight, reducing pressure points and delivering personalized comfort. Its dynamic ‘forward-tilt’ and ‘recline-flex’ provides dynamic ergonomic comfort. It is ideal for different activities at home including dining, relaxing, and work from home.
Available is two colors, the Noho Move chair is priced at $375 on the official website. There are also options for easy-on/easy-off swappable toppers, made from naturally soft and durable New Zealand wool.