Ergonomic (speak: “healthy”) furniture doesn’t have to be unsightly. In fact, many of today’s makers of ergonomic furniture have designs in their selections that are equal those creations by the world’s most famous furniture designers.
One of those makers of ergonomic office furniture who does NOT sacrifice class and style with their ergonomic furniture is Workers and Workstations.
Their selection includes modern ergonomic chairs as well as ergonomic desk chairs for the office.
In addition to their ergonomic furniture that satisfies the most recent UK health standards, the company also offers services such as workstation assessments for companies.
So, if you want an ergonomic and healthy office yet don’t want to sacrifice class and style I recommend that you take a look at Workers and Workstations.
If you happen to live in or about to visit the UK and need your art fix, this autumn will be the perfect time for it!
In fact, there are so many exhibitions this autumn in London that even the most sophisticated art enthusiast will have a hard time to choose what to see and where to go.
Here is a fantastic list with what’s up and coming in London’s art scene this fall. It lists art, design and architecture exhibitions that will go on this fall!
Visit the National Gallery and see Rembrandt: The Late Works and many more cool exhibitions!
Check the list at http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2014/sep/08/art-design-and-architecture-what-to-see-in-autumn-2014
This past July, the long-established Manchester Furniture Show returned to Manchester city. Not surprising, this year again visitors were able to take a look at many new and original products.
The Manchester furniture show has established itself as a vital platform for both new and returning exhibitors. It is there where they can reveal their design and products products to the industry.
As always, visitors to the event could enjoy a variety of novel concepts for numerous industries and sectors.
This year, the show had hundred 20 exhibitors and almost 5000 visitors. As compared to last year this is a small increase. Likewise, vendors and exhibitors at the show report good sales. I had been told that re-bookings for next year’s show are at a record level which shows a good sign for Great Britain’s furniture industry as a whole.