Its ergonomic design also incorporates Humanscale's "pioneering seating technology", in which the chair automatically adjusts to the user's weight and position throughout the day without manual controls.
"Path was born from the vision of delivering world-class inclusive ergonomics, responsibly considered, into a relevant user experience for contemporary work culture," said Todd Bracher of Todd Bracher Studio.
"We sought to develop a quiet design solution that is perfectly in tune with the versatile nature of modern office architecture while making no compromise on its ability to solve complex and critical ergonomic needs," Bracher added.
Each chair's structure is crafted from nearly 10 kilograms of recycled materials, including fishing nets salvaged from the ocean and approximately 68 PET bottles.
To suit a range of interiors, the cushioned parts of the seats are available in 19 colours with natural tones, ranging from moss and stone to a brigher terracotta.
These can be made with a mix of different finishes, including fabrics, leather and Humanscale's own 3D FormSense Eco KnitTM – a material made from recycled polyester.
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