The Integrated Workstation Combines a Computer Table and a Couch

 - Dec 13, 2012
References: hermanmiller & yankodesign
In the interest of bringing improved physical comfort to your body amidst a trying day at the office, the Herman Miller Integrated Workstation offers the employer or the employee the opportunity to work from his preferred position. The user of this marvelously varied productivity center can begin to benefit from some of the luxuries of working from home.

After lunch, one may choose to abandon his upright office chair in favor of curling up on the connected sofa. Around one end of it is a high backrest that doubles as a privacy partition, allowing you to get cozy while you engage in reading or brainstorming.

Embodying an unenclosed cubicle concept, Matthew Plumstead's design also provides convenient details like a footrest and plenty of concealed storage. The Herman Miller Integrated Workstation would greatly improve every open-plan office environment.