Platz! | Idea 2: Der Lehrstuhl a.k.a. Sitting Pretty

Before you sit down, the chair appears normal. After taking the seat, the chair back reacts to your posture immediatly. If you sit down bent forward, the chair back flaps onto your back. It presses your body a little, so that you don’t feel comfortable in that position.

When you move backwards, the chair back reduces the pressure. If you are in a straight position now, the chair back is also upright without pressing your back. If you attempt to lean back, the chair back also moves backwards, always keeping a little distance to your body. In this way you are continuously invited to take a healthly, straight posture, as long as you want to sit most comfortably.