The structure of Physix is based on the idea of creating a continuous seat shell by stretching a single textile panel between two side members. With its design, the chair assumes its place in a long line of iconic chairs while taking the typology to yet another level. Using state-of-the-art materials and production technology, Alberto Meda orchestrates an interplay of three elements to create a new dynamic sitting experience: a flexible frame construction, an elastic knit cover and a stabilising mechanism. Together these three characteristics form an ingenious construction that explores new possibilities of dynamic sitting through the interaction of flexible and rigid elements. Physix is available as an office swivel chair and also with a four-star base in the version Physix Conference.
The design of the Soft Pad Group dates from the year 1969. In terms of both construction and shape, these chairs are similar to the design of the Aluminium Group, but their sewn-on cushions create a striking contrast to the slender aluminium profiles. The Soft Pad Chairs are softer and more voluptuous than the chairs in the Aluminium Group, but without losing the clean clarity of their common silhouette. The chairs adapt to the body of the sitter and provide extraordinary comfort. Vitra has produced the Soft Pad Group chairs over a period of decades in the same superior quality. This experience allows us to offer a 30-year guarantee on all of the chair models in the Soft Pad Group.
The specification and finishes can be customised to client requirements. For over seventy five years, the Bright Chair Company has been an independent manufacturer of high quality, hand crafted wood furniture. Bright respects our environment by using wood only from sustainable forests, not from endangered wood species. Our suppliers are Smart Wood Certified by the Forest Stewardship Council ensuring that all woods are tracked through the manufacturing process. Bright uses only water based adhesives and catalytic finishes with no VOCs. All foam fill used is a by-product of the petrol-chemical process.