Have You Seen Such A Different Office Chair?
Designed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), this office chair was designed by Dr Patrik Kunzler and designer Ben Fluri. This peculiar chair is far removed from the design standards of the seats currently used by employees around the world. It has no backrests, no armrests, and only two carbon shells. This shell is used in the Formula One car and can be moved with the user.
Called "LimbIc", this office chair is named after the human limbic system that regulates human emotions. It is considered to be the first chair to be designed in conjunction with neuroscience.
This chair focuses on the movement of the human body and helps to adjust the sitting position and make people relax better. Users have a feeling of weightlessness that has a positive impact on their creativity, expressiveness and mood.
Studies have shown that sitting too long can have a negative impact on people's physical and mental health. Inspired by this, Dr. Kunzler thought of this creative invention, and he hoped that the new chair would alleviate the problem to some extent. Statistics show that in Switzerland alone, the cost of this issue amounts to billions of dollars. Although each chair costs $8,450, orders for Dr. Kunzler's Swiss company Inno-Motion are full. Office workers account for 60% of their customer base, and the chair is also popular with artists, dentists and doctors.
Dr. Kunzler explained: “Easy and straight sitting posture can avoid pressing pressure points, thus relieving the pressure on the intervertebral disc. People subconsciously and continuously maintain a slight balance, which can increase muscle strength and relieve pressure on the intervertebral disc. If you sit on It will enhance your sense of touch and movement and train your sense of balance."
He added: "60% of our customers are office workers, some of them have regular commutes, while others need to work 16 hours a day. It turns out that our chairs are also influenced by artists, artisans, dentists, The doctor and the physiotherapist are welcome. It will have a very positive effect, it will give you a feeling of jumping up and down."