The higher you sit, the easier it is to stand up. The AT ESP chair from Wilkhahn is ideal for sit-stand work environments.
24 May, 2019
Following its ergonomic ON chair with free-to-move Trimension technology, Wilkhahn released IN – giving the dynamic movement a more athletic expression. Now AT joins the team.
AT ESP (Elevated Seating Position) allows users to sit higher up and increases the range of motion even further. It allows the easy integration of a sit-and-stand mix into workflows – ideal at a time when height-adjustable desks are increasing in popularity.
AT ESP can be used as a standard office chair with full 3D-movement capabilities, but it can be adjusted to a seating height of up to 62cm. The elevated seating position offers additional features.
For example, by activating the forward seat tilt, the chair turns into a dynamic object to perch on while standing. And by leaning backwards, the shift in weight stimulates the 3D flexibility of the pelvis and allows the feet to dangle.
AT ESP comes with a variety of design options and optional automatic weight adjustment, making it ideal for flexible desk-sharing office concepts. Seat-depth extension can be altered by simply turning a knob.
It comes with a fully black or white frame (including seat shell), with the option of a polished or ultra-polished star base and a backrest cover on the rear. Upholstery can be selected from Wilkhahn’s vast fabric and leather collection. Accessory options include adjustable lumbar support and soft or hard armrest pads.
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