Klöber has its origins in the pioneering spirit of the 1930s. Margarete Klöber founded a factory for healthy seating in 1935, championing the idea of sitting in healthy comfort in the office. Margarete Klöber was a secretary who used to sit on an uncomfortable wooden stool. "There must be a better solution than this stool," she thought to herself. In pursuit of the "freedom to sit in healthy comfort," she duly developed her first chair, combining the technology of bent wood processing, then still in its infancy, with the comfort of an armchair. She supported the seat and backrest on springs in the first incarnation of dynamic sitting. . Upholstery was not customary in offices back then. At the time, this bold idea was completely innovative in the office world and was the result of a passion for health and comfort paired with consistency in manufacture.