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 folks at HealthPostures.com posted an article about the benefits of engaging in a sit-to-stand workspace set up. Not everyone can engage in a sit-to-stand set up, but for those that can – it’s worth looking into. In any case, we thought it was an interesting read and we wanted to share!
Only what’s needed. Not a molecule more. Every bend, every corner, and every line of Setu were painstakingly shaped, reshaped, and reshaped again so that each molecule falls in the right order, in the right place. All in the name of less.
Work chairs should provide postural equilibrium—proper support for the body’s natural alignment—through the full range of postures. By providing support for where the body wants to be in space, a chair allows the person to have a healthy relationship to the technology in his or her workspace. Such alignment, coupled with movement throughout the range […]
Eames Aluminum Group have been a popular design since their introduction in 1958. Why? Well .. it could be that the charming silhouette sits equally well in all kinds of workplace interiors. Or, perhaps it’s the wide range of material options that let you create the chair you want. These chairs make a statement of […]