Designed in response to change

We’re working more collaboratively, in a variety of settings—but spending less time in each spot. We expect to be able to work anywhere and everywhere, and we need furniture that can do the same.

Profile view of two light gray Setu office chairs, showing flexible back support.

Designed for instant comfort

While technology has changed much about the nature of work, it hasn’t changed how we all like to work: in comfort. Setu chairs are designed to deliver instant comfort from the moment you sit down.

Black Setu office chairs around a conference table from the AGL Table Group.
Close-up of Kinematic Spine back support on a black Setu office chair.

Made with a Kinematic Spine

Material innovation gives Setu chairs their unique combination of flex and strength. The Kinematic Spine uses two types of polypropylene to control resistance and support your weight as you recline. It bends and flexes with every movement, responding to the natural ways your body moves.

More structural element than textile, the finely tuned Lyris 2 elastomeric material creates Setu’s one-piece seat and back. The breathable, pliable woven suspension adapts to your sitting bones, providing contouring comfort as well as aeration.

Every molecule counts

Setu is Studio 7.5’s solution for today’s more collaborative, less formal workspaces. From the graceful curve of its ribbon arms to the durable, uncoated H-Alloy base, every part of the Setu Chair was painstakingly shaped and reshaped to ensure that each molecule falls into the right place to deliver the desired functionality.

Close-up of the elastic suspension material used in the Setu office chair.

Less and more

The result is a dematerialized design that uses less material—only 17 pounds for the multipurpose chair—to support people of all sizes, up to 300 pounds. A range of upholstery and material options means you can customize Setu to serve as a focal point or to blend into any space where you work or live.

Profile view of a red Setu office chair.