The idea that work and life are intertwined led, alongside digitalisation, to an expansion of work into our private lives. The pendulum is now swinging in the opposite direction and the personal need for quality of life pervades the world of work.
Fast, agile processes encourage motion and dynamism. This leads to new ways of working, new work environments and new requirements for office chairs. And yet sitting down for long periods of time remains statistically the biggest health risk – putting the office chair under the spotlight.