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Game of Thrones: 5 Office Chairs for Every Boss

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They say a chair is just a chair. But we both know that’s not exactly true. Some are good while some are better. But there are also those that are a cut above the rest. We’ve rounded up five of the best that are good for your posture as well as that glorious corner office of yours.

Herman Miller Aeron Chair

Behold the game changer. Introduced in 1994, the Aeron Chair revolutionized the world of office chairs by being the epitome of ergonomics.  It has been immortalized so many times in movies and TV shows as the office chair of choice. It’s so important—it is the chair which every other one is measured—as well as beautiful that it has been given a permanent spot in the Museum of Modern Art. But there’s more! This icon of a chair has just been recently remastered. With the help of its original co-designer Don Chadwick, the Aeron Chair has been updated to apply the latest information on health and posture as well as advancement in technology.

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Where to buy it: CWC International 


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Humanscale Freedom Headrest Task Chair

Be free to move and be free from constantly fiddling with your chair. The award-winning Freedom Task Chair from Humanscale has been specifically designed to encourage the user to move and change his posture while still being supported by its revolutionary counter-balance system. Once the chair is fitted to the user’s measurements, it automatically adjusts to support him. 

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Where to buy it locally: Ultra Modular Concepts, Inc.


Xten by Pininfarina 

Trust the Italians to combine style with substance. Nicknamed “The Ferrari of Chairs,” the Xten was designed by the very same people who gave the Prancing Horse—as well as Alfa Romeo and Maserati—its signature good looks. But more than flash, this chair is also high in ergonomic points. Certified by ERGOCERT—Europe’s standard for ergonomic engineering, this chair has Dynamic Synchronized Tilting Movement which lets the back and the seat tilt independently of one another at complementing angles. Furthermore, its lumbar support can be adjusted to the height of the person so that it would hit just exactly at the right spot. 

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Where to buy it: Greenmar Philippines 


Steelcase Leap 

A popular one but no less impressive is the Steelcase Leap Chair. It features its own LiveBack technology which lets the seat and the back adjust independently, giving the user complete support. It cleverly adapts to the user’s movement and has easy to find and easy to use controls. The Leap Chair also has its own Natural Glide System that makes it possible for the user to recline while being easy on the eyes, neck, and arms.  

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Where to buy it: Greenmar Philippines 


Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman 

When daydreaming—err, imagining—the future of the company, why not do so on one of the most iconic chairs of the 20th century? The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman is Charles and Ray Eames’s modern take of the English club chair. Its unparalleled design has stood the test of time and has long been gracing museums as well as private homes the world over.

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Where to buy it: CWC International  


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