Ergonomic Principles of “Against the Wind” Chair: It consists of two wooden and metal legs, the metal leg is designed to maintain balance, and for the wooden base, walnut wood is considered in terms of strength and quality. You can take the time to look at the beautiful texture of the sides of the legs, which are carved into the logo. The chair seat is made of 3 millimeter multilayered wood and is formed under pressure and temperature in the press machine. The quality of the material, the flexibility and the vibrant feel of the walnut wood are sensible in this combination.

Ergonomic Components of “Against the Wind” Chair: Anthropometry (consisting of human and measuring) means a measurement that is measured and matched by considering the dimensions and other physical characteristics of the human body. Due to its function, the physiology of “Against the Wind” chair is consistent with the recumbent form of the human body. Environmental physiology, that is, the effects of environmental conditions and factors such as sound, light, heat, cold, and humidity, are calculated that are consistent with the physiology of the human body in its design.
P.S. 1: The word ergonomics has a Greek root and means work science, based on facts taken from the natural sciences.
P.S. 2: Psychologists, engineers, anthropologists, and physiologists agree on the importance of human need for designers’ design and arrangements.
P.S. 3: The idea for this chair is the result of waiting and the passage of time on the seats of the airport, the waiting similar to a shawl against the wind.