By Cecilia Ardouin. Side-Chair. Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 04:50:24 AM.
One of the most functional pieces of furniture is the humble folding chair. The folding chair is easy to store, durable and easily transportable. One of the only problems with directors chairs is there nasty aesthetic reputation probably because they are often left to brave the outdoor elements. In my areas of Sydney I often see directors chairs and folding chairs on the rubbish pile for collection - not because they are broken but usually because they are faded, dirty, and depressingly bedraggled!
A rolling ergonomic kneeling chair is an available option to the furniture that has rolling wheels at the bottom of its base. One of the first rules to ergonomics that you should remember, is that one should avoid remaining stagnant in one place for a long period of time. This applies to long sessions in front of the desk at work, extended gaming sessions, or midnight Facebook frenzies. Sitting still eventually leads to atrophy of the muscles, a condition that results in a tightness of the muscles which increases over time. Atrophy leads to discomfort, pain, as well as more complicated muscoloskeletal issues. The invention and production of the ergonomic kneeling chair with a rolling, wheeled base has changed ergonomic health in the workplace by leaps and bounds.
A rolling base is also nice as it increases the reach distance from your home base: namely your desk. In an office setting, typically we turn in our seats for various tasks: grabbing a stapler, talking to a coworker, or picking up a fax. A wheeled base affords a safe turn around, without straining and twisting the neck and back. Repeated movements, over time, can culminate in an imbalance of muscular development on one side. For example, if your phone is on the left side of your monitor and you answer your phone 10 times per day, the muscles associated with turning to the left will become over-developed in comparison to the right. If you're in a stationary chair, its a good idea to switch the placement of frequently used objects. With a rolling base ergonomic kneeling chair, this is automatically accomplished by the swivel action of the chair.
Chairs are functional by their very nature, but in the hands of a master designer, they can transcend to the realm of art as well. The Bertoia Chair is a prime example. Harry Bertoia was an Italian designer whose early efforts in the 1950's mid century design movement has spawned a line of furniture that remains popular today.
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