What is a drafting chair?
When it comes time to put your big ideas on paper, a drafting chair can help you dive into the details in comfort. Often referred to as an architect chair, your drafting chair or stool is made to help you work comfortably and switch gears smoothly. Plus, it's often taller than the average office chair, giving you a bird's-eye view of your work. With designs that boast ergonomic features and adjustable elements, your drafting chair can help you create those blueprints, storyboards and prototypes in comfort at your angled drafting table or elevated desk riser. Whether you're furnishing a small office or shared, collaborative space, the right drafting stool can make all the difference.
What features should I look for in a drafting stool or chair?
Heading back to the drawing board? Put pencil to paper in a chair that keeps you comfortable from the first sketch to the final draft. Keeping your body in an optimal position as you work through the tiniest of details is simple with a height-adjustable foot ring and tilt adjustments, and designs with features like breathable mesh backrests with lumbar support for better posture and waterfall seat cushions to help your legs feel at ease. Pneumatic height adjustments help ensure you can gain the proper visual perspective over you work, and swiveling, armless designs with wheels make it easier to multitask through your work and reach the tools you need at your workspace.