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Humanscale

Modern offices will require modern furniture which keeps you comfortable and lets you work efficiently throughout the day. Thus, the need for ergonomic furniture is now more important than ever. As one of the first pioneers of the field, Humanscale, a furniture brand based in New York, strives to make adaptive furniture which changes to your body type and measurements.

Founded in 1983, the brand started out as a company producing ergonomic products to promote a healthier and more effective working lifestyle. Since then, thanks to Humanscale’s non-stop technological innovations and a strong commitment to the environment, the brand has become one of the global leaders on ergonomic design. One of the brand’s most enduring successes is the Freedom Chair, designed by the famous Niels Diffrient. Combining high functionality with minimal manual control, the chair became a world-wide phenomenon right after its release, cementing Humanscale’s reputation as one of the leading ergonomic designers.

The key to the brand’s continuous successes lies in its core philosophy. At Humanscale, a community of designers, engineers, and prototypists from around the world convenes to create prototypes that truly last and truly ergonomic to their users. The brand strives to achieve more with less, thus creating designs that will let you solve your problems while being simple and efficient. The team takes a holistic approach which lets them create designs with the users in their mind. The team also works closely with in-house ergonomic consultants to keep themselves updated on the latest ergonomic and workplace trends.

The brand’s range of products include chairs, lighting, sit-stand solutions, keyboard systems, etc.

We currently have a few models of Humanscale office chairs in our Showroom Sale section at fantastic prices. Please visit here to see more.


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