Two-Legged Chair May Be Uncomfortable, But It Forces Better Posture


'Bearable Discomfort' increases awareness, balance, and muscle tone

Ross Brooks
  • 10 november 2014

Standing desks are a well-established alternative to sitting all day, but what about a two-legged chair that forces you to endure mild discomfort for the sake of better posture? Parisian designer Benoit Malta has done exactly that with his latest project. Inactivité forces people to avoid stationary postures and encourage them to be more mobile – at the very least it’s the perfect reminder that you should get up from your desk once in a while to get some exercise.

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