Last chance to enter ADR and Herman Miller’s Aeron chair competition

Jul 7, 2020
  • Article by Online Editor

There is not much time left to enter ADR and Herman Miller‘s $30,000 competition to win one of 16 Aeron chairs, valued at $1860 each.

The contest is now closed.

We’re challenging you to consider how a Herman Miller Aeron chair would improve ergonomics in your home office.

To enter, all you have to do is answer this question in 50 words or less – How could a Herman Miller Aeron chair improve ergonomics in your home office?

The question is inspired by Herman Miller designers Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick, who set out to design the Aeron chair in 1994 as a health-positive, cross-performing, inclusively sized and environmentally sensitive product.

Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick with the first Aeron chair.

“Aeron demonstrated a pioneering step in ergonomics and material innovation, and provided a comfortable solution without the standard use of foam, fabric or leather,” says Herman Miller.

“It changed people’s perception of what an office chair could be, and in doing so, it soon found a place in popular culture.”

In 2016, Chadwick remastered the chair to incorporate advancements in materials, manufacturing and technology, and today’s world of work.

While its iconic form has remained largely unchanged, the Aeron chair has been remastered from the casters up to meet the needs of today’s work.

It’s available in three sizes to provide a fit that is inclusive rather than exclusive, and is designed to keep people in contact with the back of the chair and in control of their continuous movement throughout the entire range of recline.

So whether you’re positioned forward for typing and intense focus, or fully reclined for conversation and contemplation, the Aeron chair moves with you smoothly and simply to offer proper ergonomic support across a larger variety of tasks.

Our $30,000 Aeron chair competition is free to enter and open to all Australian residents aged 18 and over.

16 readers will win one Aeron chair, each valued at $1850.

Winners will be selected by the Australian Design Review editorial team with the best answers published in a series of articles online. Terms and conditions apply.

The contest is now closed.

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