VIVA Office has a world-class design team located in Sweden. Our designers listen carefully to our customers' needs and suggestions in order to improve and perfect the office chair. 

VIVA believes that a good product not only exceeds the fashion standards of the furniture industry, but also satisfies your ergonomic needs, providing the best possible support for the seated body and spine.

 

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY



VIVA Office High-Backed Ergonomic Bonded Leather Recliner Chair    

“I bought this chair because of the footrest option and that it supported up to 250 lbs and would look professional in my home office. It was easy to assemble with the tools and instructions provided, and I'm really pleased that I can adjust the backrest to any angle letting me sit back and be comfortable.”  -- Chris G. from Seattle.

 

 

 

VIVA Office Ergonomic High Back Mesh Chair with Adjustable Armrests  

“I was impressed with how easy it was to get this chair from box to functional, it only took about 15 minutes of assembly. Unlike some mesh back chairs I have used, this one feels very solid and sturdy, with plenty of back support. I did not have the usual mid-back pain after sitting for a few hours. It is also not too heavy for my daughter to move across the room when she needs to, and easily adjusts to her height. Would recommend.”  -- Larry W., Detroit

 

 

 

VIVA OFFICE Vdarth Mesh Office Chair 

Awesome office chair. The assembly was a breeze and it is so incredibly comfortable. Worth the money! -- Angela M.

Great chair. I was a little worried after reading some reviews, but ended up being a great purchase. Assembly was easy since the chair ships in basically 3 pieces. Everything feels very high quality. The seat mesh feels a little too "cushy" for my taste, and I imagine after a lot of use it will get worse so I'm a little worried about the life expectancy of the chair. I spent $500 on this chair and thought it was worth that cost, the retail price over 1k though, I'd never spend in comparison to other top brands that sell at that cost point.-- Seth Carstens