Mirra 2 moves with the person, at one with the body. When you sit, the seat and back adapt to you instantly. With dynamic surfaces that respond to your slightest movements and simple, intuitive adjustments to fine-tune the fit, Mirra 2 balances immediate comfort and personalized ergonomics in one sophisticated design.
What sets the Mirra 2 apart
Durable materials. Form celebrates function. No compromise.
The ultra-responsive Butterfly Back results from inventing a method for merging a fabric layer with polymer veins to create a dynamic hybrid structure that acts like a suspension membrane.
The polymer TriFlex back meets more rigorous cleaning protocols because there is no fabric layer. It’s so durable that it also comes with Herman Miller’s twelve year warranty. There are eight different colors to choose from.
Mirra’s secret weapon
The Mirra’s tilting mechanism is perfectly tuned to its design and it shows: the Harmonic 2 tilt provides a smooth and balanced feel as you recline.
No buttons needed. The 4D armrests are intuitive to use and can be adjusted in all directions. They’re made from soft, but durable materials, as they should. More comfort, less RSI.
The Mirra 2’s base is available in six different finishes to match any style. Of course there are options for hard floor or carpet compatible wheels.
Both Mirra 2 back options offer passive PostureFit sacral support to keep your spine properly aligned as you sit. Furthermore, both are ventilated to keep you cool, as well as supported, no matter how active you are.
No foam padding
A seat pan that’s free from foam padding. It is difficult to construct, but comes with numerous advantages. Heat and moisture are easier to dissipate, circulation is improved, there are no pressure points and dust mites don’t stand a chance.
Stay in motion
At rest and moving
at the same time
As work evolves, and we become more active, shifting from individual to collaborative work in an instant, we need tools designed to be as agile as our work style. To address this need, the designers set out to create a high-performing chair that supports people who work in a constant state of motion.
Created by Studio 7.5
Studio 7.5 was there when the original Mirra was created 15 years ago and now they have played a crucial part in lifting the design to new heights with the introduction of the Mirra 2. With an improved tilting mechanism and an industry first Butterfly back, it’s bound to make some waves.
The Mirra remains as popular as ever which means that a used Mirra still has good residual value. Do you have a Mirra 1 and are you interested in upgrading to the new version? You can use your old chair as a trade in. Contact us for a quote, you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
The chair’s heart, made from aluminum and a special composite that keeps your back in motion. Comes in either graphite or white.
The Mirra 2 is available with either the Butterfly or TriFlex back with smart suspension, superior durability and comfort. The seat is constructed with Airweave, no foam padding needed, which means the Mirra is breathable, temperature neutral, highly adjustable and ready for many years of use. Comes in eight different colors.
The Mirra 2 offers improved back support and envelops its user to encourage an even better working posture.
This essential part provides perfect balance and works well for users between 45 and 130 kilograms. With a twelve year warranty, it’s absolutely rock solid, even during 24/7 use. It’s available with or without a limiter. There’s also the option forward adjustable seat for when you’re working at your computer or laptop.
The Mirra’s base is an important part of its appearance and comes in four different finishes: graphite, off white (fog), industrial H-Alloy or semi polished (where the top of the H-Alloy finish is polished for a glamorous look).
The Mirra is fitted with wheels that are compatible with either hard floors or carpet. Wheels with a braking system (for when the chair is not in use) are also available.
The Mirra has the NPR 1813 certificate. NP3 1813 comprises a set of guidelines and standards that pertain to proper ergonomic design.