Haworth Design Studio
Experience the best with Fern ergonomic office chairs. Fern exemplifies nature’s design in a comfort breakthrough for world-class seating, putting the person at the center of work. A high level of science, engineering, and innovation enables high performance and promotes well-being. The full complement of ergonomic adjustments are easy to find, reach, and use.
Fern is unlike other desk chairs because it moves with you, not against you. The key is the unique Wave Suspension System, which enhances the sitting experience by letting you move with natural flexibility, comfort, and total back support. The numerous finish options allow Fern’s natural design to blend into a wide range of environments.
Stool - 4D Arms
Catalog Number SFS-U0-7S11A1
Task Chair - No Arms
Catalog Number SFT-U0-0N14A1
Stool - No Arms
Catalog Number SFS-U0-0N11A1
Task Chair - 4D Arms
Catalog Number SFT-U0-7S14A1
Certificates and Sustainability
Fern accommodates the diverse working population with new levels of all-day comfort, regardless of size, posture, or work mode. Research-driven, Fern’s ergonomic innovations provide total back support and respond to your every movement.
With Fern, more comfort means less distraction. As you move or change posture, Fern works with you, not against you, so you can stay focused on the tasks at hand. With no hard outer frame, Fern has a soft and pliable edge that won’t jar you or limit your movement.
Fern provides a comfortable, engaging sitting experience that creates good feelings, keeping you balanced and centered in your chair. Its approachable design is less machine, more human, with mechanics discreetly integrated into the warm, residential aesthetic.
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