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.)
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 (www.cite.co.nz) 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