In their most recent issue of WHY Magazine, Herman Miller poses some incredibly engaging questions about sustainable design – and their answers are fantastic.
When given the opportunity to design a better chair for patients, Herman Miller spoke with caregivers, patients, and other support personnel to find out what works and what doesn’t. They also consulted with ergonomists, physical therapists, and gerontologists to understand the recovery process. The result? The Nala Patient Chair by Nemschoff.
A comfortable, supportive chair should be the goal of any employee or employer. You probably spend 30-40 hours a week sitting in your desk chair; make sure it is the best one for you. The folks over at The EasierLiving Blog remind us of a few things to look for in an ergonomic chair.
The holidays are upon us and it’s time to decorate! Dead trees and energy-hungry lights are probably not the top choices for those of you who are eco-conscious. Luckily, there are lots of green products to choose from. If you need some ideas to get started, we’ve listed a few in this blog post.
There are hundreds of ways to make your office more eco-friendly and you can view our related posts here. This week, we wanted to mention a few simple things you can do to help your office become environmentally-friendly. Below, we found an article by Julia Mahlen, an environmental advocate and freelance writer, with simple measures […]