Haworth® Zody Chair
Highly ergonomic and a sustainable design, Haworth Zody is the only chair to be endorsed by the American Physical Therapy Association for science-based comfort and the first task chair to be certified Cradle to Cradle™ Gold. Zody is extremely sitter-friendly and versatile in fulfilling numerous roles throughout the office. Engineered and manufactured in the U.S. to enhance a broad range of office environments, Zody's sleek profile complements a variety of furniture styles. For guest areas, reception and the conference center, a companion Guest chair is also available. Zody is GREENGUARD® certified and is free of PBDEs, PVC, CFC, and chrome. Zody has up to 51% recycled content, and is up to 98% recyclable at end of life. Manufacturing energy is offset Green-e certified renewable energy certificates.
Haworth Zody Chair
The Zody Chair contains up to 51% recycled content and is up to 95% recyclable, Greenguard Gold Certified and PVC free.
The Zody chair comes with a Lifetime manufacturer's warranty.
- 2005 NeoCon Silver
- 2005 Canada IIDEX Gold
- 2005 GOOD DESIGN
- 2006 IDEA
Dimensions: Haworth® Zody Chair
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.