Product Story

Product Story

The Full Twist guest chair appears to have a frame formed from flowing ribbons of wood, but the illusion can be attributed to Geiger's state-of-the-art wood sculpting capabilities. The frame hugs the sitter's back, providing comfortable support. The seat cushion can be upholstered in nearly any textile or leather, and the wood frame, available in solid ash, maple or walnut, can be finished in Geiger's complete portfolio of wood colors, from champagne to espresso.

Designer

Mark Goetz

Mark Goetz is principal and founder of TZ Design in New York City.

 

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Dimensions

Depth
24"

Width
23-1/2"

Height
30" Overall
18" Seat
25" Arm

Product Numbers

SFT1A
Solid ash frame

SFT1M
Solid maple frame

SFT1N
Solid walnut frame
Natural finish

SFT1W
Solid walnut frame
Stained finish

Construction

Premium-grade solid-wood frame with mortise-and-tenon joinery and grooved corner blocks for maximum structural integrity

Geiger was one of the world's first companies to develop water-based wood finishes. Today, Geiger offers a full range of furniture to meet your LEED goals.

LEED CALCULATOR

See how this product can contribute to your environmental goals.

Ecomedes

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GREENGUARD certificate
LEED sheets

LEARN MORE

Click the logos below to learn more about the Forest Stewardship Council, the
GREENGUARD Environmental Institute and the U.S. Green Building Council,
developer of the LEED standard.

Forest Stewardship Council GREENGUARD Environmental Institute U.S. Green Building Council

THE NATURE OF GEIGER

Guided by the "Perfect Vision" initiative established by our parent company Herman Miller, Geiger has committed to a set of dramatic sustainability targets, all directed toward a single aim: zero environmental footprint by 2020. It's an aggressive goal and every day, Geiger moves closer to making it real.

The Nature of Geiger environmental brochure

A BETTER WORLD . . . WITH GEIGER

As part of the Herman Miller family, Geiger contributes to a healthier, more sustainable world around you. Read the Herman Miller A Better World Report to learn more.