An Ergonomic Desk Inspired by Architect Drafting Desks

An Ergonomic Desk Inspired by Architect Drafting Desks

Gregory Han
Jun 7, 2012

If there's a profession that requires working from a desk for hours on end, the architect must be high on that list. With that in mind, Keen footwear founder, Martin Keen, designed his hybrid halfway standing, halfway seated workstation with a pivoting leather seat similar to a bicycle...

Martin Keen's Focal Locus desk was unveiled at ICFF, showcasing an inbetween upright state to work from, halfway standing, halfway leaning, supposedly keeping your blood flow moving and staving back some of the problems associated with working from a desk all day.

It's not beautiful, but has an unusual functional charm to it. More about the Focal Locus here.

Via Fast Company Design

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