LTC2 is a unique, patented synchronised tilting mechanism with two separate backrests. The lumbar and thoracic sections are connected yet they function independently of each other – just like the upper and lower areas of your spine.
Please facilitates task-intensive jobs which involve long periods of sitting, high levels of concentration and heavy computer. While some of us like to sit upright, others prefer a more relaxed, reclined position. Please recognises that everybody has their own way of working – and their own way of sitting. The chair
is designed to support diverse work styles, ensuring lasting comfort and optimum postural support.
The chair adapts itself to the morphology of every
user providing a unique backrest support which
allows for more freedom of movement.
With a wide range of intuitive adjustments, Please delivers full support for various body shapes and sizes.
Separate Controls for Each Backrest
Please CHAIR – ADJUSTABILITY
Please adapts cleverly to your natural movements and has simple controls that are easy to find, understand and use.
Be in Motion
Be in Motion
We spend 75.000 hours of our life sitting in the office.
Employees need to be supported by highly ergonomic chairs that support the body as it moves, promote movement and are comfortable for long periods of time. What’s more, they need intuitive adjustments to accommodate a wide range of users.
These key insights drove the development of the Please chair.
We intensively study the ways people sit working individually – and how they move while seated – giving us a deep insight into the biomechanics of the human body in the seated position.
The spine doesn’t move as a single unit.
As you change posture, the upper and lower regions of the spine move independently, not as a single unit. When the top of the spine leans backward, the bottom arches forward.
EACH INDIVIDUAL SPINAL MOTION IS UNIQUE.
Each of us has unique spinal motion, a ‘spine print’ that is as individual as a fingerprint, and changes as our posture varies throughout the day.
THE UPPER AND LOWER BACK REQUIRE DIFFERENT AMOUNTS AND KINDS OF SUPPORT.
Our need for upper back support increases when we recline, but our lower spine requirements remain more or less the same.
Designing for Sustainability
We believe the only way to provide the best office furniture solutions is to ensure they’re the best products for the environment. That’s why every step of the way – through design, manufacturing, delivery and product lifecycle – we consider the impact of our work on people and on the environment and uncover opportunities to make things better.
recycled content by weight
recyclable by weight
32% recycled content by weight. 30% recycled materials in packaging. Water-based inks without solvent on paper and packaging. Number of components reduced by – 30% compared to the previous version.
ISO 14001 certification of the Sarrebourg site (France). No gluing processes. Powder-coat painting is VOCfree and free of heavy metals.
Manufactured close to customers, in Europe. Lightweight (-17% compared to previous version) and small-volume Ecosmart packaging help save fuel and reduce CO2 emissions.
To maximise Please’s working life, back cushions, arms, and headrest can be added or replaced. No toxic substances released by our eco-labeled textiles.
End of life
Up to 99% recyclable by weight. 100% recyclable cardboard and LDPE film for packaging. Quick and easy disassembly Plastic parts clearly labelled for easy sorting and effective recycling.
Steelcase helps customers seeking LEED certification to identify products and programs that can contribute to LEED criteria in the categories of Materials and Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality and Innovation (Ergonomics Training, Sustainability Training, Product Innovation).
Learn about Steelcase’s direct and indirect contributions to a project’s pursuit of LEED certification across LEED’s three categories:
- Building Design + Construction
- Interior Design + Construction
- Operations + Maintenance
Since the USGBC and its certification partner, GBCI, evaluate each project individually, the role our products play in achieving LEED certification is unique to each project.
Certifications can help you choose products that are environmentally sustainable and just right for your project. Please has achieved the following certifications:
Product Environmental Profile (PEP)
Based on ISO 14021, its purpose is to communicate precise and verifiable information on environmental aspects of the product during its life cycle.
This product, when made in North America, was designed according to the C2C principles and is currently going through the Cradle to Cradle Certification process.
This product, when made in France and in North America, is Indoor Advantage™ certified, meaning that it meets tough indoor air quality standards
A selection of polyester fabric labelled with the Oeko-Tex 100 Standard – guaranteeing that the textile doesn’t contain undesirable substances – is available
A selection of pure wool fabric labelled with the European Flower – awarded to products meeting stringent quality and environmental performance criteria – is available.
This resident work area provides individual privacy thanks to the front and side screens, while fostering also connection and collaboration
Dedicated resident workspaces support varied postures during long periods of focused work. Adjustable height tables encourage movement, a major contributor
Please chair with headrest
Please chair with armrests
Please chair without armrests
Options + Dimensions
Options + Dimensions
- Task chair – headrest available in option
- Executive task chair – headrest available in option
This product is available in the following regions:
- Middle East
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2004 – France – Design Star
The Please chair was awarded the Design Star by the French industrial design agency APCI. At the same time Please was awarded a distinction for eco-design by ADEME, the French Agency for Energy and the Environment.
2004 – United Kingdom – Architectural Review Award
Please was awarded the Architectural Review Award for product excellence at the Spectrum annual international furniture and interior design show in Kensington.