For many, it’s an image of a huge double-pedestal desk, a high-back leather chair, a credenza and maybe even a bookcase. And truthfully, that image hasn’t changed much in the last 50 years.
Meanwhile, the way we work has changed dramatically. Technology enables us to work in new ways and in new places…and we’re collaborating with others more than ever. While the rest of the workplace has changed to support the changing ways we works, the private office has remained unchanged for decades.
Individuals shouldn’t have to adjust to the workspace. We design workstations that instantly adjust to ever-changing individuals … and to the many ways they work.
Sit. Walk. Stand.
Our third grade teacher was wrong: you shouldn’t sit still in your chair all day. You should be able to sit, stand and even walk while you work. It’s a movement toward wellness in the workplace – focusing on the physical, cognitive and social needs of today’s workforce and understanding how they are related.