Sayl Task Chair

Collection of plan and elevation drawings of the Sayl Task Chair with range of overall adjustable dimensions

The Sayl Task chair is futuristic chair with a elastomer open webbed back, inspired in part by the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge, that provides flexible support and ventilation to the user. The Sayl Task Chair was designed by Yves Béhar in 2010, who saw the task of designing an office chair to be a formidable challenge because every piece to the chair needed to provide a tactile or structural purpose.

The Sayl Task Chair has an overall height of 34.25”-38.75” (87-98 cm), width of 24.5” (62 cm), and depth of 24.5” (62 cm). The seat height of the Sayl Task Chair is adjustable between 15.5”-20” (39-51 cm) with arms set at 24”-28.5” (61-72 cm) overall.


*Under Development*

34.25”-38.75” | 87-98 cm
24.5” | 62 cm
24.5” | 62 cm
Seat Height:
15.5”-20” | 39-51 cm
Arm Height:
24”-28.5” | 61-72 cm overall
Elastomer back; polyester fabric and foam seat cushion; steel frame
Yves Béhar


Drawings include:
Sayl Task Chair side elevation, front, back, plan, side (business person)


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Office chairs, or desk chairs, are adjustable chairs designed specifically for performing desk tasks with features that offer a high degree of adjustability in response to individual ergonomic preferences and the height and stature of the user.