Designed by Burkhard Vogtherr and Jonathan Prestwich

M75’s design by Davis Furniture is centered on the idea of removing distractions – intellectually and visually – by utilizing a concealed mechanism in which the user acts as a counterweight for the movement of the seat. The result is an intuitive design which functions like a highly customizable task chair with the sophistication of a modern executive chair.

Vogtherr and Prestwich took certain aspects of the Motion chair, namely the ideal comfort and the revolutionary mechanism, and worked to create the same result through a more sophisticated and modern design. Breaking down the components of M75, the back, seat, and armrests were designed to be elegant and visually quiet, but to come together with a perfect balance and flow. The chair itself is like a static sculpture with beautiful flowing lines and a simple elegance that speaks volumes.

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The Davis Furniture story reflects the "spirit of enterprise" so common in the early development of the furniture industry in High Point, North Carolina. During World War II, John Turner Davis, Sr. recognized what many enterprising High Pointers had already seen during sixty years of furniture manufacturing in the area. Starting a family business was a way to establish future prosperity for him and his family.

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