QiVi chair promotes movement and collaboration while supporting a variety of postures.
Features & Benefits
Available to order in North America beginning September 30th, 2013.
- Encourages movement and supports multiple postures.
- The backrest and seat were designed with automatic and intuitive adjustments.
- Pivoting backrest and gliding seat move with the body so users stay focused and comfortable.
In addition to the features above, the QiVi chair has a range of options:
- 5-star base (arm or armless)
- Sled base (arm only)
- Frame: black, platinum, arctic white
- Base: black, platinum, arctic white, polished
- 8 QiVi Net colors available on backrest
- Stitched detail option available on seat
North America – Spark Design Award
QiVi chair was awarded a silver Spark Design Award in the Product Design category. The Spark Awards promote better living through better design. The jury seeks products from designers around the globe – with any range of skill and education – that address problems through design.
Germany – iF Design Award
The Design Forum International in Hannover honored the meeting chair QiVi with the coveted iF Design Award. Every year more than 1800 products from 30 different countries are registered. The jury was composed of international designers.
Germany – Red Dot award 2010
The collaborative chair QiVi received a Red Dot award 2010 in the Product Design category. The international Red Dot design award is one of the largest and most famous design competitions in the world. Based in Germany, Red Dot attracts submissions from more than 50 countries.
Japan – Good Design Award
The collaborative chair Qivi was granted a Good Design Award by the Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization (JIDPO), during the design exhibition GOOD DESIGN EXPO, hosted in Tokyo. Good Design Expo is one of the largest design events in Asia. The event showcases items subject to the 2nd screening of Good Design Awards.
North America – Good Design award
The collaborative chair QiVi was awarded the Good Design award. This award is granted by the Chicago Athenaeum of Architecture and Design. Founded in 1950, Good Design awards publicly acknowledge the world’s most prestigious industrial design firms and manufacturers.