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The Standing Desk: Why Hasn't It Caught On?

That's DJ Depree, the man behind Herman Miller, trying out a standing desk from the action office of Why did they build it? Designer Bob Propst wrote in in The Office: A facility based on change: The most serious

poul kjaerholm

"Poul Kjaerholm is a man whose modern, functional approach keeps all extravagant tendencies under control.

Bright colours, Mexican folk art, sun symbols - architect & designer Alexander Girard perfectly defined the California aesthetic in his work.

Bright colours, Mexican folk art, sun symbols - architect designer Alexander Girard perfectly defined the California aesthetic in his work.

station table - standing desk

I found a thrift-store version that was really just a very small computer desk. it enables me to bring scrapbooking upstairs into my office without taking up more that of one wall.

THIS IS BRILLIANT: The Stir Kinetic Desk [Video]

THIS IS BRILLIANT: The Stir Kinetic Desk [Video]

Stir Kinetic Desk - How It Works - It is a connected, learning desk that moves from sitting to standing, senses your presence and responds and adapts to you.

Joe Colombo was  one of Italy's most influential Italian product designers. He created some of the most memorable products of the 1960's. He had a very short carer as a designer about 10 years.

Joe Colombo was one of Italy's most influential Italian product designers. He created some of the most memorable products of the He had a very short carer as a designer about 10 years.

The Herman Miller designers with D.J. De Pree, assembled for the exhibition The Design Process at Herman Miller, 1975, in the Walker Art Center. In the foreground, left to right: Robert Probst, Alexander Girard, George Nelson, D. J. De Pree, Ray and Charles Eames. Photo: George Nelson Foundation

Architect, designer, teacher, and author George Nelson was a key figure in shaping the Modern American design landscape. In shortly after Nelson began his own design practice, his office began creating designs

We Can't Believe People Ever Thought These Glasses Were Cool

We Can't Believe People Ever Thought These Glasses Were Cool...

there are many reasons to want to be Jane Fonda; her Beethoven sweatshirt is definitely high on the list.

arne jacobsen -

As an architect and industrial designer, Jacobsen always strove to achieve grace and cohesion. Starting with the functional purpose, which led to radically simplified designs with an inherent beauty.

Enzo Mari, Paolo Deganello, Alessandro Mendini

Enzo Mari, Paolo Deganello, Alessandro Mendini

Herbert Matter, Hans Knoll, Florence Knoll and Harry Bertoia

From left to right: Herbert Matter, Hans Knoll, Florence Knoll, and Harry Bertoia. Image from the Knoll Archive.

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