We think people should be able to sit—or stand—comfortably. With the efficiently designed Nevi Sit-to-Stand Tables, you don’t have to choose between getting desks or ergonomic office chairs or accessories—you can have it all.
An updated archival piece from 1949, the Noguchi Rudder Table is a sculptural and deceptively simple coffee table designed by Isamu Noguchi. It stands on two chrome hairpin legs and one in wood reminiscent of a ship’s rudder. Graceful and visually light, the table has Trivalent chrome steel legs that offer a pleasing contrast to the natural look of the rudder and top—available in Walnut, Ebony on Maple, or White Ash finish options.
The perfect balance—literally—between art and furniture. Sculptor Isamu Noguchi created his distinctive table by joining a curved, wood base with a freeform glass top. The ethereal result does not diminish the practical design—a sturdy and durable table. This marriage of sculptural form and everyday function has made the Noguchi table an understated and beautiful element in homes and offices since its introduction in 1948.
As technology advances, devices become lighter and more compact. With the Ollin Monitor Arm, you can support a range of monitors and laptops of various weights. The arm has a wide range of motion, allowing you to position screens wherever makes you most comfortable, encouraging a healthier posture whether you’re sitting or standing.
The Palisade Tote solves the ongoing question of where to put personal belongings, keeping them conveniently within reach but out of the way of caregivers and off the floor. An open design allows easy cleaning and helps guests remember to take their things with them.
Peer Tables accommodate the increase in communal, multi-use workspaces at the office. The design encourages more casual styles of meeting, conversation, and co-creation that take place in collaborative settings. A shelf below the table surface provides convenient under-table power and data access. It also allows collaborators to keep phones and laptops close by while maximizing available tabletop space.
The Portrait Chair was the winning entry in a design competition sponsored by the National Museum of Norway. The brief called for a welcoming, multifunctional chair for use in the museum’s public spaces. The jury, led by British designer Jasper Morrison, lauded Portrait as “a beautiful chair that adds a seductive softness and elegance to the room where it will be used.”
Caregivers who have the tools they need to support their workflow can elevate the experience of care for everyone. Procedure and Supply Carts put supplies exactly where people need them, helping them work more efficiently. Need to switch things up? These mobile carts have easily interchangeable drawers, shelves, and accessories across the entire offering.