Dipping into the archives, we have pulled out a chair from Herman Miller. Sayl was introduced to the design world in 2011. It was probably an early design for a lot of people as it introduced a lot of new ideas and design features. The back of the chair is design to flow with you, the Bridge looking back is actually there to bend and move with your body. The arms are designed to be changed to any height immediately. In a world where we are suppose to always move both of these features were leaps and bounds early in the Chair options. Sayl was designed by Yves Behar, and mimicked the Golden Gate Bridge. Come stop by and take a spin in the Sayl if you haven't had a chance to yet.
Sayl's come in task chairs, stools, conference seating, and side chairs. The back can be a suspension back and or a fabric upholstered back.