After the fascinating Secretair (designed by Rüdiger Schaack of the Sedus Design Team), Sedus now launches new reinterpretation of the personal secrétaire: Secretair Home, a smaller version specific for the home office, compact, characterized by a light and fine shapes, perfect to harmoniously fit in any home.
The lockdown imposed by covid-19 last spring made us endure “emergency” working conditions from home, often unacceptable from an ergonomic and psychological point of view.
But now we are aware that the pandemic has not been overcome and home office will be an increasingly widespread way of working in the near future, not only as an alternative, but also as completion of the workplace even in the gradual return of the post pandemic phase.
To set up a workstation suited to the size and atmosphere of our homes, Sedus offers Secretair Home, the space-saving solution specific to the home office, a small desk that can contain everything we need for our work.
A compact desk that, together with an ergonomic chair, can offer us all the comfort of an office that allows us to maintain the correct posture even at home, respecting the welcoming mood of our homes.
Secretair Home, easily assembled in just a few steps, takes up only little space in a room or corridor, however its convenient size and the storage shelf make it a real all-rounder, perfect for storing documents within easy reach.
The PET felt structure virtually delimits our “office space” at home and accommodates pens and stationery items avoiding clutter. On request it is possible to integrate a wireless charger to recharge the mobile phone.
Dynamic ergonomics: Sedus tips.
The ergonomic solution for home office by Sedus – a company whose mission is wellbeing of people – is accompanied by practical tips, valid both at home and workplace:
- To prevent excessive strain and neck pain, it helps to keep the back straight and the head slightly tilted forward.
- Sitting still for too long is not good for the body; getting up every half hour provides movement and stimulates the blood circulation.
- Short breaks are important to stay productive and they also give your eyes a chance to relax.