Home office professionals that choose desk chairs from VIVA Office do so because comfort, quality and durability matter as much as affordability when selecting the furniture they'll spend hours in every day. VIVA's commitment to high-quality, eco-friendly materials and rigorous product testing requirements means that our ergonomic desk, task, managerial and executive chairs perform up to the high standards of today's educated consumer. Classic leather, modern mesh, big-and-tall and other specialty chair collections bring together the best combinations designs and construction, at a value everyone can appreciate.
Established in 2008, premium office furniture brand VIVA is headquartered in Sweden and rapidly expanding in American, Chinese, and Southeast Asian markets. Through world class design, green & high-quality materials, and strict, systematic quality control, VIVA is committed to enhancing the health of office workers around the world. VIVA - Supporting Your Healthy Life!
VIVA believes that only excellent materials make safe products, and that the quality of our home office chairs and other products is paramount. We serve our customers’ health by ensuring all materials used are the best available, from wood, leather, fabric and hardware to paint, binder and padding. VIVA has an international purchasing team, long-term partnerships with suppliers, and a strict internal testing system to maintain a high level of quality.
What is an ergonomic chair?
Finding the right "ergonomic" chair is a common problem especially for people who want to purchase new equipment to make workstations safer and healthier places. There are many "ergonomic" chairs available but it can be a mistake to purchase one simply because it is labelled "ergonomic".
Ergonomic chairs are designed to suit a range of people; however, there is no guarantee that they will suit any one person in particular. For example, a chair could be too high and the arm rests too far apart for a short, slim person. In addition, chairs may not suit every task or arrangement at the workstation. A chair becomes ergonomic only when it specifically suits a worker's size (body dimensions), his or her particular workstation, and the tasks that must be performed there. It is possible to find the right chair although it is not always easy.