We’re thrilled to announce our latest partnership with Humanscale! If you’re on the hunt for an ergonomic workstation, look no further. The team at ditty+rehkamp is now working hand-in-hand with Humanscale’s local reps in the MN/ND/SD market to represent its complete commercial product portfolio.

A Commitment to Beautiful Ergonomic Design:

Humanscale is the leading designer + manufacturer of ergonomic workstation products that improve the health + comfort of work life. Their award-winning office solutions, including self-adjusting seating, sit/stand desks, monitor arms + task lighting, inspire movement and support the user in every posture.

The Humanscale Design Studio, based in New York City, abides by the philosophy that good design achieves more with less. Function, simplicity + longevity are at the core of all their designs. They are known for their history of collaboration with the legendary designers Niels Diffrient, who designed many of their task chairs, including the iconic Freedom chair – the first self-adjusting chair without manual knobs + levers. They’ve also partnered with other esteemed industrial designers, including Don Chadwick + Todd Bracher. Their innovations have been honored with more than 200 prestigious awards since 2007 and featured in various museums, such as the Museum of Modern Art.

A Commitment to Environmental Sustainability:

Humanscale has a strong mission to demonstrate sustainability in action. As a global company, their approach focuses not only on minimizing negative impacts, but working to produce significant positive contributions. The goal? To make an overall Net Positive Impact on Earth.

Becoming Net Positive means incorporating manufacturing into our environment + social solutions. It means taking a close look at what we make + how we make it. It means considering each and every resource required to manufacture products. And it means finding ways to go beyond reducing consumption – to give back, replenish, and continue making a positive environmental + social impact on the world. Learn more about this initiative here!

Like what you see? Contact the d+r team for more detail!