Why limit your workspace to just sitting or standing? Altwork hopes to revolutionize how we look at desk-based labor. Resembling the lovechild of a La-Z-Boy and a starship command center, the Altwork Station offers endless configurations for making the most of your workday.
For those who are required to sit in front of a computer for many hours at a time, work could become much more comfortable.
We’ve been told for a few years now that sitting down at a desk all day could lead to an early grave, with plenty of body pain before that, too.
It may look a bit like a dentist’s chair, but this desk could change the way we work.
It lets users sit, stand or recline while working, with their computer and table perfectly positioned to let them concentrate on their job.
“I am a completely horizontal author,” Truman Capote told a Paris Review interviewer in 1957. “I can’t think unless I’m lying down, either in bed or stretched on a couch and with a cigarette and coffee handy.”
Standing desks are, like, so two years ago. Walking desks? Go to the gym instead. But working while you’re lying down? That’s the wave of the future, according to Geyserville entrepreneur Che Voigt.