9 Wrenches, from the series One for sorrow; Two for joy.

by Johanna Inman.

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The healthy affordable standing desk that attaches to your chair.

Get the blood in them legs a flowing again. What a great design to improve your working environment. My only concern: Is there enough space to use an external mouse? Designers spend a lot of time using software that’s all about clicking and dragging instead of mere typing and I am loath to depend on the touchpad alone. But the space available seems a little tight for my trusty mouse.

Perhaps time spent on admin can become standing time and the designing done whilst sitting down. It could be a nice way of breaking up tasks. The potential space issue aside, I think the nifty little Storkstand is a wonderfully innovative solution to a real-world office problem.

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Silla Áurea - Federico Costa

La silla Áurea fue diseñada por el arquitecto argentino Federico Mauro Costa en mayo de 2009. Su diseño esta basado íntegramente en la proporción áurea, lo cual justifica su valor estético y relaciona al objeto con la naturaleza y su belleza.

Los dos marcos metálicos fijados por tres puntos y el asiento de madera conforman un cubo, el cual, es entrelazado por un respaldo plano. A su vez, éste último gira en el punto de fijación inferior y al ubicarse excéntrico en la base ofrece dos inclinaciones diferentes. En una de las posiciones, el respaldo brinda la función de silla de comedor y en la otra posición se transforma en una silla de descanso.

Greta von Neesen, Anywhere Lamp, 1951.

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POUL HENNINGSEN, PH 22 Piano Lamp by Louis Poulsen, Denmark, 1931. Bronze, bakelite and glass.

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JOE COLOMBO, Plywood armchair (model 4801) for Kartell, 1964.

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Jean Prouvé, Cité-chair, 1932, by Ateliers Jean Prouvé. Courtesy: Collection Laurence and Patrick Seguin, © Galerie Patrick Seguin. / Klat Magazine.

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