RAY@WORK

 

RAY@WORK is light, easy and simple to use in many everyday situations and different working environments. Enjoy this chair in classrooms, laboratories, and your home office or even around a dining table.



This is a refined and stylish chair, which pays homage to the timeless swivel-chair archetype.



The patented ergonomic seat promotes optimum posture, full freedom of movement and increased blood flow while allowing you to sit with the least amount of backrest strain.



The backrest flips gently to provide a comfortable contact with your back at the desired angle.



If you like beautiful design or just want a good ergonomic chair, RAY @ WORK is perfect for you.


HANS THYGE & CO.

“Creativity is the variety of impressions, which are combined with memories and associations, and filtered through the individual view,” says designer Hans Thyge Raunkjær (* 1957). After training at the Danish Design School in Copenhagen, he worked as a stage designer of a theatre group. He then lived for seven years in Milan, where he also worked as a freelancer for the George Sowden studios. In 1991 he founded his own design studio.

Hans Thyge & Co. works with furniture-, concept- and product design. In addition, the company has a division dealing with 3D graphics, interior design, exhibition design and communications design.

For Labofa Hans Thyge designed the REEF Collection as well as the SHARK and GROOVY programmes – and in cooperation with Hans Sandgren Jakobsen – the COBRA products.

PERCH DYNAMIC SOLUTIONS

The furniture market is saturated with products, but the needs of the working human remain unanswered. Perch exists to bring new, fresh thinking and relevant solutions to the world. We are designers, with an insatiable thirst for elegance, beauty and problem solving.

We partner with our clients to develop, create and nurture new ideas, identities and exciting products that will challenge conventional thinking. We aim to inspire our partners with our enthusiasm, passion and ability.

Perch was founded in Dublin, Ireland, in 2009.