With this chair, we continue the tradition to develop furniture wich can support a human better. Tradition occurs when cultural knowledge is passed.
That was the great strength of Hessel Jan Blonk (1950-1999). He loved people, was particularly committed with people and knew the organizations of health care is important and valuable.
He gladly shared his knowledge with others, and this chair was created. From this knowledge
Hessel Blonk felt that a chair needs to sit as butter and so does this chair.
Just Meijer designer the chair, as a tribute to Hessel, and called it HJB.