In a white paper this week, Herman Miller highlighted one of six trends they’re seeing across all industries: the rise of shared workspaces. Companies are starting to use unassigned, individual workplaces, and one of the main items that’s traditionally been immune to personalization and adjustment is the monitor.
The early results say that yes, standing desks can improve productivity – and are healthy to boot.
Inspired by the principles of suspension bridges, the frameless back of the SAYL work chair encourages a full range of movement while the suspension back material keeps you cool—all with an extremely small environmental impact. It is everything a Herman Miller chair should be. At a very attainable price.
Your office chair has a finite life beyond which it needs to be replaced – just like any other piece of equipment. One of the best indicators that it’s time for a new chair is when your old one is no longer as comfortable as it once was. This is a gradual thing and creeps […]
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.