January 25, 2011
Designer Yves Béhar believes there’s a parallel between the SAYL chair’s unframed suspension back and how we humans progress by unframed expressions of our potential.
“You live unframed when you let ideas define what it is you want to do and who it is you want to be,” he says.
So, how do you live unframed?
If you have a Twitter account, show us in a TwitPic or yfrog image what it means to you to live unframed and tweet it to @hermanmiller for your chance to win a SAYL chair.
For more information, check out the rules and guidelines page. The deadline for entries is February 11, 2011.
Products, What's Up
October 29, 2010
Designing anything is a challenge, let alone a chair. So what did it take for designer Yves Béhar to “grow” the SAYL chair?
Here’s a behind-the-scenes look, from inspiration to final product. And why the connection to unframed? As Yves says, it’s the “parallel between SAYL’s literally ‘unframed’ suspension back and my belief that we humans progress by ‘unframed’ expressions of our potential.”