DESIGN is an ambiguous term referring to the process of design of utilitarian objects. In colloquial sense refers primarily to look. From the time of the World’s Fair (the name given to a cyclical exposures presenting cultural heritage, scientific and technical nations and peoples of the world) in London in 1751, slowly but steadily increased the demand for products manufactured industrially. First of all, this need is responsible for what design is today.
Contemporary design includes within its scope the entire design process of industrial designs, from concept through technology, ergonomics, usability, appearance, packaging the price and distribution channels. In addition, this term is used more widely in the design of services. In the capital goods industry as design is also referred to interior design.
DO NOT FLOOD WORLD UNNECESSARY THINGS.
ALL OUR PRODUCTS ARE DESIGNED AND THEREFORE ARE SUBJECT OF METHODICAL ACTIVITIES DURING THE CREATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OUR PRODUCT HAS A PURPOSE IS ARGUMENTATIVE, CORRESPONDING WITH CUSTOMER NEEDS.
What we do is design understood as designing ergonomic, aesthetic and highly utilitarian objects (office furniture) as elements used to meet customer needs in order to effective business management. The overriding objective is to profile solution based on user activity, and just one of the aspects is furniture. However, both criteria are very important, and only together are an effective whole.
PEOPLE AND THEIR NEEDS
At the top of the debate on aspects of our activity are people and them friendly work environment. However people, have their own needs that result from the tasks posed to them. On the basis of friendly, functional and aesthetic objects we create interiors that streamlines the process of achieving business goals of our principals.
The term ergonomics comes from the Greek words “ergon” and “nomos” which means work and principle
Today Ergonomics is the scientific discipline dealing with the organization of work adapted to human mental and physical capacity.
Ergonomics use of the achievements of scientific disciplines such as sociology, psychology, physiology, occupational medicine, hygiene, organization of work, anthropometry and technical areas such as materials science and mechanical engineering. Its main task is to humanize work through the system MAN – MACHINE – ENVIROMENTHAL CONDITION that it was done efficiently and at the possible lowest biological cost , eliminating both sources of occupational diseases.
- Throughout the life of a man spends about 80,000 hours in the office – 85% of the time in a sitting position.
- During the day, quite often sit up to 15 hours – during meals, in the car, at work, watching TV, etc.
- Constant sitting position weakens the muscular system that is not able to act effectively support functions for the body. There is still a growing pressure on the spinal discs. Eventually, this can lead to damage to the spine and chronic pain in the cross.
- Seat introduces far greater stress on the spinal discs than standing position, or while walking.
- Incorrect posture while sitting is the second worst event causing the formation of slip disk – just after lugging related injuries.
- Diseases caused by work in the office are now one of the most common occupational diseases. Defects of the spine and eye diseases excel in this ranking.
- For convenient organization of work tasks from the ergonomic point of view, the appropriate furniture is one thing, but also the need for well-planned break. The Directive specifies the use of screens work is that work that needs to be interrupted at regular intervals in the normal breaks or in the performance of other tasks.
The normal place of work must be functional, ergonomic, focused on the style and budget. Especially design desk / table and chairs must meet the requirements of ergonomics. The chair should have a height adjustment, armrests, backrest adjustment in terms of both height and backrest. The table should be designed so that it was possible to obtain the best from the point of view of ergonomics, tailored to their individual circumstances.
- What does this mean in practice?
Which table is designed correctly from the ergonomic point of view?
The basic assumption in relation to these rules is that the table must be adapted to the requirements of man. A person should not adapt to the structure of the table to be able to freely carry with him his job.
Certificate – ISO 9001 2008 PL
Certificate – ISO 9001 2008 ENG
Approved – HYGIENE CERTIFICATE
Approved – PAINTWORK CERTIFICATE VERSUS