A creative designer created a chair for those who love to sit cross-legged at their office desk


Lo and behold! There is now a perfect chair designed for people who love to sit cross-legged in their chairs.

The new chair was produced by The Soul Seat after their designer and founder, Pack Matthews, was frustrated that the traditional chair would not allow him to sit comfortably for long hours when working at his desk.

Wanted a more comfortable chair that also let him to sit in more sitting positions, Matthews later collaborated with some of his friends and the result was the unique chair.

Thanks to its unique design, the chair’s design is even patented in the US Patent Office!

According to The Soul Seat on their website, the chair helps “tilts the pelvis forward, opens the hips, and lets the spine align to a comfortable, neutral position”.

In other words, the unique chair helps to alleviate pain and muscle tightness.

As the chair does not have arms and back, Matthews said that he designed the chair to provide comfortable sitting as the user would on any surface or floor.

And cross-legged is not the only position that users could try.

Users can sit in any way they want without the arms and the back of the chair stopping them.

Just about any variation of sitting position of how you normally sit, really.

However, The Soul Seats does not come cheap at the moment as it costs US$575, not to mention that the seats have sold out recently.

Nevertheless, that does not stop Asians like those from Malaysia and Singapore from getting excited at the idea of buying the seat.

“For those who love to sit cross-legged, I have found the perfect chair for you,” Twitter user @AzyanDraws wrote in a now-viral post.

The post has garnered over 42.3 thousand likes since it was posted on December 24!

Until The Soul Seat makes another announcement that they have a new batch of the unique seats available for sale, you can take a look at the photos of the seat on their Instagram.


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