Wednesday, November 28, 2012


DESIGNThe Herman Miller Embody Chair was designed by Jeff Weber and the late Bill Stumpf.  for those of us who sit in front of the computer for hours at a time. The human body is not designed for seating. The Embody chair promotes movement by creating an instinctive design that supports you as you move. The shape of the back allows for free movement of your arms while keeping your back supported at all times. The Embody back support system automatically conforms to your movements and promoting the flow of oxygen and reducing the amount of pressure sitting puts on the body.

· Creates harmony between people and computers.
· Enables and promotes healthful movement.
· Lets blood and oxygen flow more freely, enhancing ability to stay focused. 
· Conforms to body’s movements in forward through reclined positions.

· 95 percent recyclable and manufactured using 42 percent recyclable materials
· MBDC Cradle to Cradle SM Silver certified 
· GREENGUARD® certified - level™3

Warranty: 12-year, 3-shi ft

General Dimensions
Height:   42–45 in. 
Width:    29.5 in.
Depth:    15–18 in.

If you are in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale or West Palm Beach you should come in to our Showroom and try it.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Productive In MIami - Part II

From sales, we move to the creative. Creative job functions as well as creative personalities can require a wide range of spaces. For example, a marketing professional who is developing graphics or layouts of any kind and working independently can greatly benefit from spaces providing a higher degree of privacy than let's say a design team putting together the various components of an e-commerce website. If you haven't defined the gist of this humble writer, it is simply this: the appropriate work setting is key in creating and maintaining a productive workforce.
For creatives, research has shown that inspiration in such endeavors flows strictly from a clear and adaptive surrounding, that is, the space around them is conducive of  creativity. Furniture is furniture and a well defined and experienced thought process can be the difference between productive and counter productive spaces.