December 4, 2020 – Born in a chaotic year, where business models had to change direction every month and a new normal in behavior and customs seems to become a permanent status quo. The team at www.euclidfurniture.com believes that a well-designed object improves and challenges the state of mind. Their goal is to create a purposeful and extraordinary office system that improves communication between users and their surroundings. This year their aim is to tailor the needs of the modern workforce and its environment: The Home Office.
Working from home is great, right? There´s no need to switch to an office, especially in the current context, in 2020, where Home is consistently the number one primary work location for remote workers and 57% of people working from home say they would chose it as full-time solution according to a recent Buffer study.
This poses a problem Euclid is trying to solve: Sedentary behavior is related to health risks, and it may be no surprise, but sitting is most prevalent among office workers. Euclid´s P1 and HT1 height adjustable desk models aim to promote movement and wellbeing while working from home. The University of Waterloo advises that for each hour worked, a person should spend 30 minutes standing and the International Journal of Workplace Health Management also states that after using height adjustable desks, 65% of people said they increased their productivity and improved their concentration.
Sit to stand desks positively impact physical health by allowing the user to easily change work postures by varying posture cycles on workstations. This flexibility impacts mental and physical activity and promotes well-being in individual and group workspaces. On top of that, Euclid desks integrate the most powerful, reliable and quiet motors in the industry.
Euclid´s Office System promises to have the ability to offer different configurations and finishes to suit each customer’s needs. Adhering to one core principle: tackling the design process with sustainable manufacturing, minimizing process requirements, and seeking the most suitable materials that offer an approach to economic and environmental sustainability for the long run.
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