The award-winning Supporto Task chair was designed by British designer Frederick Scott as 'an office chair to cut through the hierarchy of seating at the office'.
Launched in 1979, this simplistic, functional and comfortable design was described by the International Federation of Architects as 'the chair that most influenced office seating.'
It has a strong aluminium frame with a narrow-backed seat that is height- and back-adjustable and upholstered in soft leather to provide maximum comfort and support. Its five-point star castor base allows easy movement.
This chair is available in black leather and fabric, with or without arms, with a high or low back and without castors.
Revealing that the Supporto is his favourite chair, Jake Dyson said: 'I love the genuine weight of materials of this robust chair - it has lots of polished thick metal within a few large castings and an unexpectedly squishy and comfortable seat due to the ergonomic suspension, ideal for pulling up to a drawing board'.