There are a few things we re­ally like here at Idea­log Tow­ers. The first is cake. Donuts, too. Cof­fee goes down a treat. And we’re also big fans of sit­ting down. (We may need a gym mem­ber­ship soon.)

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And to do our lovely bot­toms jus­tice, we de­mand noth­ing but the best in sit­ting equip­ment. That’s why we’re stoked to be giv­ing away two de­signer Vi­tra chairs from Cite ( to one lucky pump­kin who takes out a sub­scrip­tion be­fore De­cem­ber 9, 2013.

We have one Vi­tra Tip Ton chair and one HAL chair for the lucky win­ner, with a re­tail value of $1,200.

The Tip Ton was de­signed by Ed­ward Bar­ber and Jay Os­gerby in 2011 and de­fines a whole new chair ty­pol­ogy: the solid plas­tic chair with for­ward-tilt ac­tion. Its name refers to the dual sit­ting po­si­tions pro­vided by the chair – from a nor­mal po­si­tion, the Tip Ton can be tilted for­ward a few de­grees where the chair then stays in place. That means it’ll straighten your pelvis and spine, im­prov­ing cir­cu­la­tion to the abs and back mus­cles. (Thank us later, sexy legs.) It’s also durable and 100 per­cent re­cy­clable.

Its cheeky brother, the Vi­tra HAL chair, was de­signed by Jasper Mor­ri­son in 2010, rein­ter­pret­ing the mul­ti­func­tional shell chair and cre­at­ing a ver­sa­tile fam­ily of chairs with a clean, con­tem­po­rary look. The shape of the seat shell pro­vides great free­dom of move­ment in a va­ri­ety of sit­ting po­si­tions – even side­ways or cow­boy style. Our HAL prize comes in your choice of eight colours and has solid light or dark oak legs.

We’ll also give you a dis­count on your sub­scrip­tion. You’ll get six is­sues of Idea­log for $44.85 – that’s 25% off the usual price. The mag will be de­liv­ered to your door so you’ll get your hands on it be­fore the com­mon ruck does.

And its cheeky brother, HAL The Tip Ton chair

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