Width 53 cm
Depth 66 cm
Height 109 - 122 cm
Seat depth 40 - 48 cm
Seat height 41 - 53 cm
Seat width 50 cm


Mesh colour 40/0011 Byzantina
Plastic elements colour Snow White
Structure finish 600 Aluminum Polished
Upholstery Boxmark Royal Leather 97/7110


Armrest type 4-Dimensional
Assembly required None
Castor type For hard floors


Technical sheet (.pdf)

Inspired by nature, Fern puts the person at the center of work with new levels of balance, flexibility, and performance.

The Fern task chair seems alive, in tune with your every movement. Grounded in extensive ergonomic research, Fern’s design puts the person at the center with ergonomic innovations that provide total back support, edgeless comfort, and free movement. The result is a next-generation sitting experience that is distinctively responsive to each person. The chair works with you, not against you so you can sit better, work better, and feel better in today’s changing workplace. It manages to accommodate a diverse working population with new levels of all-day comfort, regardless of size, posture, or work mode. More comfort means less distraction as you move or change posture. With no hard outer frame, Fern has a soft and pliable edge that won’t jar you or limit your movement. Fern provides a comfortable, engaging sitting experience that creates good feelings, keeping you balanced and centered in your chair. Its approachable design is less machine, more human, with mechanics discreetly integrated into the warm, residential aesthetic.

ITO Design and Haworth Design Studio

ITO Design are experts in creating innovation solutions in the areas of design, engineering, and product development.

Drawing from resources and knowledge around the world, the Haworth Design Studio collaborates with research and development partners to identify, develop, and launch new and breakthrough innovations. With design centers in three key locations - China, Germany, and the United States - the team focuses on creating multi-generational products and global platforms designed with regional needs and preferences in mind.

There’s plenty of noise in the business world, but the best spaces have the capacity to cut through it all and say something meaningful - something that inspires people to pause, gather, connect, and refresh.