Check Out Our Famous Chairs on TV: Humanscale Liberty and Humanscale Diffrient World

Check Out Our Famous Chairs on TV: Humanscale Liberty and Humanscale Diffrient World

Posted by Human Solution on Oct 13th 2012

Hey, we’re famous! OK, maybe we’re not so famous, but our chairs are.

Two of the most comfortable ergonomic chairs we offer here at Human Solution have been featured recently on two popular TV shows – HBO’s The Newsroom and NBC’s Parks and Recreation.

The TV newsroom on The Newsroom is packed with Humanscale Liberty Chairs as well as Humanscale monitor arms. These items mesh quite well with the show’s downtown New York City style. You can see Newsroom star Alison Pill sitting in a Humanscale Liberty Chair in picture at the top of this post.

We love the Liberty Chair. It’s a sleek and comfy ergonomic chair that features a smart mechanism that allows the chair to work with your weight to provide the right amount of back tension and support. The Liberty Chair’s flexible mesh back offers great lumbar support, and the seat pan is adjustable, which means the chair can fit just about anyone.

We also love the Humanscale Diffrient World Chair. You can see this chair in the current season of Parks and Recreation in Ben’s (Adam Scott) Washington D.C. office. Ben’s snarky group of interns, including April (Aubrey Plaza), sit in World chairs.

The World Chair is comfortable, supportive and stylish just like the Liberty Chair. The World is a lighter chair that offers excellent lumbar support that you feel instantly when you sit down. It almost feels like the chair is hugging your back. We offer the World Chair in an all mesh version or in a mesh back with padded seat.

Many of our other chairs, like the Humanscale Freedom Chair and the Steelcase Leap Chair, have made cameos in movies and TV shows like Modern Family and Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. Give us a call (800-531-3746), email us, or drop in live chat if you have any questions about these famous chairs. We’re here to help you get comfortable!

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