05. 03. 2007
Biomorph interactive desks fit to you
I was first introduced to Biomorph Interactive Desks, designed and produced by Stephen Barlow-Lawson, about five years ago. Their ultra-ergonomic features and sleek designs still lead the way in desk design.
The newest model is the Flexo. It comes with a triple-level telescopic frame, which extends from 17.5 in. to 51.5 in. high, for sitting or standing.
The best feature of the Biomorph desk series is that you can adjust both the height of the keyboard and the monitor. Usually, you can only control one, so some part of your body feels out of a natural position. Monitor stands are rarely adjustable, and not a perfect solution either.
The levels on the Flexo are adjusted by a handcrank, or you can upgrade to a whisper-quiet programmable electric motor. Now, your wrists, arms and neck can be in a healthy and safe alignment while you work.
The Flexo starts at $1,945, and goes up from there depending on size and additional special features.