Herman Miller's Embody Chair Receives FX International Interior Design Award

December 03, 2009

The Embody chair has been recognized with the 2009 International Interior Design award in the Best Workplace Seating category from FX magazine, a leading design publication based in the United Kingdom. The FX awards were created in 1999 and acknowledge the best in international product and project design.

Award recipients were announced at a prestigious awards ceremony held at The Grosvenor House Hotel in London on November 24, 2009.

The awards were judged by an international panel of distinguished experts from the industry, including designers, ergonomists, and senior architects. Judges admired Embody for its "indisputable comfort and health benefits" and "distinctive design."

Embody is a high performance, ergonomic task chair designed by Jeff Weber and the late Bill Stumpf. It is sympathetic to the human form and the body's natural movement and it fits all users through its adaptive design and intuitive adjustment controls.

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