Brief is an innovative solution, with anatomically-designed seat and backrest. Through a unique, synchronized adjustment system, it adapts to suit the size and height of each user, easily supporting many different variations in posture. Steel structure. Padding of moulded polyurethane foam. Base comprised of five spokes, in black or polished aluminium finish. In the adjustable model, the height of each arm can be independently controlled, and the user can set the height, varying within a range of 6 centimetres. The chair back is also equipped with a mechanism that permits height adjustment of up to 6 centimetres, with respect to the seat. Upholstery is in leather from the Pelle Frau® Color System or in Natural leather.
Emilio Ambasz, born in 1943 in Argentina, has a Master's Degree in Architecture from Princeton University. Renowned for his pioneering architecture integrating nature with architecture, he was the subject of an architectural exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1989, and at the Triennale di Milano, which also included his industrial designs. Mr. Ambasz holds a number of industrial and mechanical design patents. He was awarded the Compassod'Oro prize in 1981 for the Vertebra seating system, and again in 1991 for his Qualis seating system. His industrial design work is included in the design collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, both in New York.