Setu ® Ottoman

MIL-CQ823M-
$403.75

Price: $475.00

Setu ® Ottoman
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Setu chair offered here in Category 2 Fabrics. Contact Design Quest for more options.

Design: Studio 7.5 for Herman Miller®

Technology has changed how and where we work. Now we work anywhere and everywhere. No matter where we work we want a comfortable chair.

Introducing Setu. Its innovative kinematic spine bends and flexes to your every move. There's nothing to tilt, nothing to tweak. Setu's finely tuned elastomeric fabric provides superior suspension and conforms to your contours. It's comfort now.

Setu Ottoman
Paired with its companion Setu Lounge Chair, the ottoman from Studio 7.5 offers a stylish way to get even more comfortable. Its Lyris 2™ suspension material makes it supportive, firm, and distinctive looking; a composite polymer frame and aluminum make it lightweight and easy to move.

Less Is...Less Impact on the Earth
Setu chairs are manufactured using 100 percent green electrical energy—half from wind and half from captured landfill off-gassing. And the production produces no air or water emissions.

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Details to Help You Order
Materials—Lyris 2™ fabric. Finish options for frame and base.

Casters/Glides—Ottoman is available with glides.

Assembly—Ships assembled.

Dimensions:
18.875"H x 21.75"W x 20.5"D
FINISHES (Click on swatch to see larger)
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Frame Finish
Base Finish


FABRICS (Click on swatch to see larger)
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Lyris 2™
CONTENT: 74% elastomeric, 26% polyester; ABRASION: Wyzenbeek, 200,000 double rubs; LIGHTFASTNESS: Grade 4, 40 hours; FLAMMABILITY: CA TB 117, NFPA 260
Herman Miller® is a pioneer in the furniture industry, an innovator whose human-centered, problem-solving approach to design introduced new ways of living and working for over 100 years. Environmentally-friendly design, lean manufacturing, ergonomics, the open office, even American modernism itself: Herman Miller and their designers—Gilbert Rohde, George Nelson, Charles and Ray Eames, Bill Stumpf, Yves Béhar, and many more—have had a hand in shaping it all. And as Herman Miller continues to live out our commitment to authentic design as a method of change, they are shaping the new kinds of spaces where people will live and work for years to come.