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Upright Furniture Positions Workers Between Sitting & Standing [Future Of Work]

Upright Furniture Positions Workers Between Sitting & Standing [Future Of Work]
Design

Upright desk improves upon traditional standing desk designs by including a modified seat that leans slightly forward.

Wesley Robison
  • 3 february 2013

The Future Of Work

An upright desk line from furniture design brand Focal improves upon traditional standing desk designs by including a modified seat that leans slightly forward. Believing that there is a place between standing and sitting where bodies naturally want to be, Focal desks enable a natural and neutral posture claimed to energize the worker and focus productivity.

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Offering a thoughtfully designed alternative to both sitting desks (attributable to a range of undesirable health conditions) and fully standing desks (which can be tiring for a full day of computing), Focal desks offer a comfortable and flexible position that is somewhere in between.

Focal

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