The HON Company launches new workplace seating collection

Photo courtesy of The HON Company
Photo courtesy of The HON Company

The HON Company has unveiled the next generation of its Ignition seating collection. Inspired by the idea that a more personal fit can energize a workforce, Ignition 2.0 introduces ergonomic and aesthetic enhancements designed to boost productivity and collaboration in today’s evolving office.

“Ignition is designed to fit who you are, how you work, and where you work,” says Brian Trego, vice president, product development and marketing at The HON Company. “The latest evolution of this seating line raises the bar when it comes to support, comfort and personalization. With more options at a better price, Ignition 2.0 helps you work better.”

HON recognizes that the bodies and minds of today’s workers are constantly in motion. Created in partnership with the notable Deisig Design team, Ignition 2.0 elevates the line’s popular style and functionality to lay a foundation for higher performance. The addition of multi-directional ilira-stretch mesh on a refined frame provides a more responsive sit, while the new moulded seat foam comfortably envelops and supports the user.  

“Contemporary trends are focused on a leaner, sleeker product design language,” explains designer Wolfgang Deisig. “The beauty of Ignition 2.0 is in its simplicity. We created a more graceful chair that will dynamically move with you and provide an even better fit, no matter what the workday brings.”  

Additional product details introduced with the Ignition 2.0 expansion include four controls and an optional easy-to-install adjustable lumbar support for increased personalization and a better fit. For more customization options, the improved frame design is now available in both Black and Titanium to complement the five colour selections for ilira-stretch mesh. A knocked down (KD) version of the task chair with patent-pending Quick Connect arms offers slimmer packaging and allows Ignition 2.0 to reach a lower price point than before.

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