Haworth® Very Chair
Designed by Michael Welsh and Nicolai Czumaj-Bront of the Haworth Design Studio, the Very Chair aims to be exemplify its namesake: in design, comfort, adjustable control and sustainability, the superlative nature of this task seating shines through.
With asymmetrical lumbar support, four-dimensional arms and four unique adjustment points, the Very makes finding the right sitting posture for you a snap. Wrapped up in a clean, modern design, the Very also boasts a number of mesh color options to integrate seamlessly with your office.
Haworth Very Chair
The Very chair comes with a Lifetime manufacturer's warranty.
Very Chairs typically contain 31% post consumer and 19% pre-consumer material
- Very is Greenguard certified and Greenguard Children and School certified
- Free of PVC, hexavalent chrome, CFC, PBDE’s, persistent organic pollutants (POP’s) and heavy metals
- Part of the Haworth Take Back program and may help contribute to LEED criteria.
Ordering & Shipping Information
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Dimensions: Haworth® Very Chair
|Low Base Option||15-17"|
|Arm-Height Adjustment Range||4"|
|Adjustable Lumbar Range||4"|
|Forward Tilt Range||5 degrees|
1948: Driven by his dream to start a business, school teacher Gerrard Wendell (G.W.) Haworth borrows $10,000 of his parents’ life savings to expand a woodworking operation in his family’s garage. A skilled craftsman, he builds a variety of products, hoping to earn enough money to put his children through college. Modern Products is born.
1954: A stranger strides into G.W.’s office, drops a set of drawings on his desk and asks, “Can you build these?” The plans detail an innovative office partition system designed for the United Auto Workers headquarters in Detroit. G.W. agrees, wins the business, and the huge order catapults his company forward in both partitions and moveable wall products. He thinks, “I could build a business around this type of product” - and does.
1976: A pivotal year for the business, the company transitioned from Modern Partitions to Haworth, Inc. With G.W.’s blessing, Dick Haworth takes the helm and drives for growth, increasing the company’s size by 400 percent over the next 20 years. The company introduces a new pre-wired panel design, sells its partition business, pioneers strategic planning, and introduces the Haworth Values.