Audrey — with a high back and polished aluminum base — offers all the features, adjustment and function buyers expect from an office chair with a list price of $895.
The chair comes with a black seat and six color options for the backing.
The three-year-old company — a subsidiary of Grand Haven-based JSJ Corp. — is headed by its founder, Chuck Saylor, a long-time designer.
The firm also showed off upgrades to its Hannah, Maxwell and Gracie seating lines, as well as customized furniture pieces developed for a San Diego biotech company, Valeocy Therapies, and a community college campus in suburban Houston, Texas.
Those pieces — 60-inch trapezoidal tables that easily integrate with a panel system, and a solid table with a soft edge for use in a high-tech work space — are now permanent parts of izzydesign’s Clara furniture products.
Clara also includes tables, work surfaces, storage units, accessories, and power and communications management.
At NeoCon, Izzydesign also introduced PCM2, a table-based power and data management tool that integrates with existing products and is designed to simplify multiple circuit connections in an open office.