Ergonomics

Creating user-friendly chairs

All our products are designed to improve working conditions. Our furniture is equipped with advanced mechanisms to fit the personalised needs of users. Our solutions fulfil both health and safety requirements. This in turn affects everyday comfort at work and correct posture. 

Why is this so important?

Contrary to popular belief, the human body is poorly adjusted to working in a seated position. Incorrect posture can lead to back pain. For everyday sedentary work, movement, and the ability to change position, are essential. Our products allow not only for full adjustment and personalization, but also stimulate dynamic sitting, which activates the abdominal and spinal muscles.

Ergonomics of the swivel chair
Support of the lumbar spine
Support of the lumbar spine

Adjustable height and depth support allowing you to adapt to the curvature of the spine and relieve it when working in a sitting position.

 
 

Adjustable height and depth support allowing you to adapt to the curvature of the spine and relieve it when working in a sitting position.

Headrest

Headrest with adjustable angle, allowing you to support the head in such a position that the computer screen is at eye level and the neck is relieved.

 
 

Headrest with adjustable angle, allowing you to support the head in such a position that the computer screen is at eye level and the neck is relieved.

Seat
Seat
  • properly contoured, adjustable in height and depth, allowing you to leave adequate legroom, so as to minimize pressure on the thighs and improve blood circulation,
  • with forward tilt function, allowing additional tilting of the seat, which prevents compression of the thighs when working at the desk (so-called "negative angle").
 
 
  • properly contoured, adjustable in height and depth, allowing you to leave adequate legroom, so as to minimize pressure on the thighs and improve blood circulation,
  • with forward tilt function, allowing additional tilting of the seat, which prevents compression of the thighs when working at the desk (so-called "negative angle").
Backrest
  • spacious, properly contoured, stabilizing the spinal column,
  • height-adjustable, allowing for better support on the entire surface of the back, and in particular the lumbar spine
 
 
  • spacious, properly contoured, stabilizing the spinal column,
  • height-adjustable, allowing for better support on the entire surface of the back, and in particular the lumbar spine
Armrests
Armrests

wide armrests, height-adjustable, with adjustable overlay, allowing you to find a natural position for the comfortable support of the forearms.

 
 

wide armrests, height-adjustable, with adjustable overlay, allowing you to find a natural position for the comfortable support of the forearms.

A healthy workspace at home

We spend more and more time at home. This is our safe haven, which often acts as an office, school, restaurant, or stationary playground. In today’s world, remote work has also increasingly become the norm. A home office should be a healthy and functional space, key aspects of which are the right temperature and fresh air in the room, proper lighting, and the ability to cut off from surrounding noise, and above all a comfortable chair and desk, at which you will spend at least part of every day.

How to work well?

  1. Adjust the chair to your needs (seat height, armrests). To support the lumbar spine, position the backrest of the chair accordingly.
  2. Position your elbows and forearms on the desktop. Place the keyboard and mouse close to the edge to avoid unnecessary slouching. Look straight ahead at the monitor, set it at eye level.
  3. Allow yourself rest breaks. Eyes should have a small break even every 20 minutes. Choose a point 5-6 metres away to focus on for 20 seconds. Get up from the chair 2-3 times per hour for 30-60 seconds. Add stretching or walking around the room to your daily routine.