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All Humanscale ergonomic chairs are designed to use the sitter’s own body weight and the laws of physics to encourage movement and provide unparalleled comfort.
Humanscale monitor arms offer the ultimate stability and effortless functionality to instantly create a more ergonomic workstation.
Balanced movement is the key to wellness at work. Humanscale sit/stand products were designed to make changing postures throughout the day effortless.
Humanscale separation panels and desk dividers are easy to install, highly customizable, and designed to accommodate any office environment.
Humanscale's line of advanced LED task lights was designed with function, simplicity, and beauty in mind for unparalleled performance.
Keyboard systems are a crucial component of an ergonomic workstation, they reduce hunched typing postures to maximise comfort and wellness at work.
Our technology tools eliminate cable clutter and improve the comfort, health, and performance of today’s computer user.
Cable management solutions promote a more organised workspace and keep under-desk areas neat and hazard-free.
Discover a full range of ergonomic work tools from Humanscale that keep desks clutter-free and improve comfort in the workplace.
Developed by board certified professional ergonomists, ergoIQ empowers employees to quickly configure computer workstations for optimal health and comfort.
Convert any ordinary desk into a smart, connected workstation.
Saving our planet, one chair at a time.
Humanscale Healthcare offers innovative technology solutions and ergonomic products that empower healthcare providers to offer a higher standard of patient care.
New products will be showcased to international markets, including Path, the world's most sustainable task chair, before it's global launch at the Stockholm Furniture Fair, 7th – 11th February 2023.
Between 7th – 11th February 2023, Humanscale presents Path, the world's most sustainable task chair. Designed by Todd Bracher and the Humanscale Design Studio, the Path chair is composed of nearly ten kilograms of recycled materials, which includes reclaimed fishing nets, used plastic bottles, and post-industrial material.
Path is the third in a series of “Ocean” chairs and the latest product to add to Humanscale's Net Positive impact on the planet. Path is designed to feel warm and natural in any environment. Exclusively created for the Path chair, the proprietary Revival textile colour palette carries warm, elegant, and neutral hues, and brings the beauty of the natural world into the workplace.
Humanscale was the first manufacturer to launch a task chair made with ocean plastic when it introduced Smart Ocean in 2018. Following that success, Liberty Ocean was launched, which can also be seen at Stockholm. Both chairs use nearly a kilogram of recycled fishing nets, widely regarded as the most harmful type of plastic in the ocean. In this way, Humanscale supports clean oceans by using abandoned, lost, and discarded fishing nets that damage delicate ecosystems and the marine life that inhabit them.
In addition to these revolutionary seating products, Humanscale is proud to unveil the latest collaboration with Kvadrat, featuring a range of patterns and softer textures that fit any space or style. Textiles are integral to the design and performance of Humanscale chairs, and these have been carefully selected not only for their high quality but for their environmental impact. Samples of all the new textiles will be displayed on the iconic Freedom chair.
Humanscale will also utilise the fair to tell the story of its performance-centric design. Each of its ergonomic products are designed for maximum comfort, a long-lasting life, and an industry-leading environmental impact. Visitors to the stand will discover how Humanscale's award winning designs have intuitive features and fewer manual controls, making them easier to use without sacrificing a stylish aesthetic.
Freedom Headrest - Niel Diffrient's iconic original seamlessly supports the head and neck in any posture, no manual adjustment required.
Trea Task Lite - Featuring 360° swivel and height adjustability, Trea Lite Task is the light task version of the award-winning Trea™ chair.
Liberty Ocean - Liberty Ocean adheres to Liberty's cutting-edge design while incorporating nearly two lbs. of fishing net in each chair.
Smart Ocean - Smart Ocean builds on the original's Net Positive impact with an ocean-friendly design that goes well beyond sustainability.
Liberty - Liberty's Form Sensing Mesh back supports each user's unique pressure points while encouraging freedom of movement.
Float - A versatile sit/stand solution that fits any aesthetic, Float adjusts seamlessly between positions without interrupting workflow.
Nova - Nova marries industry-leading light functionality with a sleek, minimalist design to provide the best of both worlds in a single task light.
NeatCharge - A simple yet sophisticated wireless charger, NeatCharge enables devices to recharge simply by being placed on a work surface.
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Humanscale designs with the health of both consumers and the planet in mind, with 26 products now certified by the Living Future Institute's Living Product Challenge (LPC). This honor is considered the most advanced sustainability standard in manufacturing, and represents climate, water, and energy positivity.
In addition to using recycled materials and eliminating Red List chemicals from the coatings, finishes, and additives used in its manufacturing process, Humanscale also participates in the Declare program. Described as a “nutritional label for products,” a Declare labelpromotes material transparency, keeping consumers informed and reassured about the purchases they are making.
Humanscale's showcase at SFF reinforces its position as a leader in sustainable products that work together harmoniously, driving wellbeing, productivity, and Net Positive environmental impact.
Designer Todd Bracher and Humanscale's Jason Harmsey detail the step–by–step process behind designing Path and bringing it to market.
What does it mean to be climate, water, and energy positive? How can the rest of the industry follow?