Cherner Task Chair

After years of contention, litigation, and general difficulty, the mid-century modern design created by Norman Cherner, the Cherner Task Chair has reemerged. Based on original sketches and prototypes created in the 1950s, the update of this classic chair is the result of Cherner's sons' work to revive their father's vision. With its five casters, swiveling design, height-adjustable seat, and comfortable armrests, this task chair is a work horse that will get you through a hard day on the job. Made from steel and walnut, it has an aesthetic that reveals its strength and utility, while looking right at home in just about any workspace.

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