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Humanscale have maintained their ethos of developing high-performance tools that encourage a more healthy and active approach to work-based tasks

By Jennifer Turner | 11 December 2018

Innovator and global market leader of workplace ergonomics, Humanscale create office products designed to work and adapt to the user instead of vice versa.

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Established over 35 years ago, Humanscale have maintained their ethos of developing high-performance tools that encourage a more healthy and active approach to work-based tasks, all the while remaining incredibly stylish and on-trend.

A prestigious brand within the world of ergonomic furniture, Humanscale offer designs that aim to improve the comfort and well-being of office workers across the globe, encouraging healthy posture and decreased work-related injuries. With an ever-expanding range of ergonomic solutions, Humanscale products have been designed to work cohesively to create the definitive working environment.

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True trailblazers in the industry, Humanscale started their ergonomic journey in the late Nineties with their first ergonomic task chair named the “Freedom Chair”, designed by celebrated industrial designer, Niels Diffrient. Combining extraordinary functionality with ease of use, the Freedom Chair cemented Humanscale as a true innovator.

Since the great success of their first task chair, Humanscale have paved the way and created several other successful ergonomic seating options including the Liberty, Smart and World task chair. The stylish, yet functional seating solutions provide comfort and strong lumbar support in all postures, whilst removing all the complexities found in knobs and levers. The company’s latest products continue to revolutionise the modern workplace and maintain a user-centric approach, products such as the Trea chair.