The notion of using a suspension tower to support an unframed suspension back meant that the flexible elastomer suspension material could be stretched in a way that provided the greatest tension at points where support is needed and the least in areas that would allow for the most expansive range of motion.
Inspired by suspension bridges, structures that deliver the most using the least material, Yves Béhar applied the engineering principles of these amazing structures to create Sayl. The Eco-Dematerialised design of the work chair uses less material in more inventive ways to provide ergonomic support for people up to 159 kg.
We produce Sayl chairs on three continents to reduce the distance between factory and buyer. This product contains no PVCs and its materials are almost entirely recyclable.