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5 Most Expensive Office Chairs in the World

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Some people, when looking to revamp their workspace with the best and smartest new office chair, don’t beat about the bush. They simply go for the most expensive chair, believing that such a chair is a great return on investment.

There are many extraordinary office chair manufacturers, providing us with extravagant office chairs to those in the top echelons of society. It’s all about what you’re looking for in terms of features and what you can afford.

When you look at these office chairs you can see the difference in the quality of the final product. The quality of materials and the fact that the chairs are customizable make them costly, desirable and dare we say worth every penny.

Pininfarina’s Aresline Xten

Costing more than a million dollars, the Xten office chair is produced by Italian design firm Pininfarina. They have made sure that this chair is made from high-tech materials, being upholstered in Dynatec and with Technogel cushions.

The materials, available in several colors, contribute to the luxurious comfort of the chair. The fabric is also breathable and soft – in fact the same fabric used by Olympic athletes. The chair conforms to the shape of the user’s body and both the back and the seat of the chair move independently, keeping you super comfy hour after hour. This stylish, much coveted chair is thought to be the most expensive office chair there is.

Spectrum West Work Chair

With this good looking office chair, you can’t make up your mind whether it’s cool, funky or odd as at stands on its swivel base. Spectrum Limited is known for their unusual but chic furniture which is cast from a single sheet of polycast acrylic. They guarantee that this design will never yellow or become cloudy or milky. Part of the Spectrum West Collection, this chair is both comfy and stylish and has some ergonomic features such as the adjustable height mechanism and the steadiness that comes with the chair’s 5 star base with casters.

The Eames Executive Chair

This stylish chair by Herman Miller was first designed in the 1960s for the Time-Life building in New York. It certainly holds a place on the most expensive office chair list. Charles Eames, designer, came up with the most luxurious chair he could envision. The chair is sturdily constructed of aluminum and magnificently upholstered in leather along with covered buttons. The deep seat is well cushioned complete with the well padded armrests, you can get through hours of work in comfort with this luxuriously comfortable chair.

Wegner Swivel Chair

Many offices are moving towards simplicity and elegance, and the Wegner Swivel Chair is sought after for its trendy, minimalistic looks. It just looks expensive and was designed by a Danish designer who included an interesting combination of materials – leather, chrome pipe and wood.

The chair is customizable so you can choose between different woods for the backrest and whether you prefer leather or fabric in different colors for the seat. The chair is also designed ergonomically and the backrest provides both mid to lower back support.

The Vitra Skape Lowback Chair

Made with leather and chrome, the Vitra Skape chair with lots of handcrafted details is all about modern design and total comfort. The leather part is available in several different colors. The chair doesn’t have adjustable armrests but in spite of that it is invitingly comfortable. The chair will also delight ‘green’ people as it is made of nearly 40% recycled materials.

The chair comes with an automatic weight adjustment mechanism so that as you shift in the chair, it shifts with you, providing you with support all the way. This high-level office swivel chair keeps you constantly steady with its 5-star base on castors.

There are all kinds of office chairs out there, but if money is no issue, chairs like the ones on this list are certainly worth a look.

Because of the price tag attached to these ultra luxurious office chairs, the manufacturers have gone the extra mile to apply new technology to the chairs. This ensures that they’re ever more comfortable, ever more supportive and always eye-catchingly attractive.

 

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