Posts tagged 'humanscale'

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Healthy offices: why employers should be pushing for more standing room in the workplace

Modern office workers spend about half of their waking hours in their workspace, that is more than ever before. While there are still plenty of

Interiors
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Capturing Clerkenwell winners announced

Aukett Swanke has won the Capturing Clerkenwell photography competition, with runners up BDG and MCM narrowly missing out on the top prize. Ailin Lacey from

Events
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Capturing Clerkenwell photography competition with Humanscale and Bene

Architects from some of the UK’s top practices are taking part in Capturing Clerkenwell, a photography competition hosted by furniture brands Humanscale and Bene, and supported

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Has workplace design gone full circle?

Coco Chanel might have had haute couture rather than office furniture in mind when she famously said that “only those with no memory insist on

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Grant Gibson on Humanscale’s Quickstand

Sit/stand desks have proved a fairly radical idea for companies to buy in to, at least in the UK: which is why humanscale’s add-on might

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CDW15: onoffice chairs talk on the ‘mobile workforce’

Sitting is the new smoking, apparently, so this onoffice talk asks the question: what can workplaces do to support the newly mobile workforce? Helen Parton,

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Orgatec trends #1: the office in motion

onoffice trawled miles of aisles at this year’s Orgatec in Cologne to bring you the top trends in office furniture design. This is the first

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Humanscale at Orgatec 2014

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

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Safety Catch: Is office furniture over-regulated?

US furniture makers say our regulations are so stringent they stifle innovation, while the lumbering pace of EU legislation can’t keep up with changing workplace

Opinion
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Todd Bracher in Milan (video)

Onoffice editor Elizabeth Choppin speaks to american designer Todd Bracher at the Milan furniture fair. Bracher explains Trea – a chair inspired by lobster shells

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