Over at Humanscale, it’s all about the active workplace. In the same vein as Brunner’s Dress stool, its new Ballo stool (pictured) designed by Don Chadwick, is a playful yet wholly flexible form, designed for short-term perching and to be moved around for impromptu meetings.
It has also come up with Quickstand, an accessory that can be attached to the back of any fixed-height desktop, turning it into a height-adjustable desk; it means that the concept of sit-stand working can be retrofitted into existing workplaces.
There will also be the opportunity for a sneak peek of Humanscale’s product ranges for 2015. These include new versions of the Trea chair by Todd Bracher and the Diffrient Smart Chair, which features Humanscale’s signature weight-sensitive recline and form-sensing mesh technology, so users can freely move from posture to posture.