Rosemont, IL (PRWEB) February 02, 2016 -- InMovement® has been recognized with the 2015 GOOD DESIGN™ award for the Elevate DeskTop DT2 Standing Desk. Each year, the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design presents GOOD DESIGN Awards to the most innovative and cutting-edge industrial, product, and graphic designs produced around the world. Recognized in the furniture category, the InMovement Standing Desk was awarded for its distinguished aesthetic and quality design.
“InMovement Standing Desks combine the health benefits of standing with a modern design aesthetic that fits seamlessly in a variety of workplaces,” says Justin Mayer, InMovement product development manager. “We’re pioneering what we call Productive Wellbeing Design, creating products that seamlessly integrate movement within daily job function.”
InMovement Standing Desks are a cost effective retrofit solution for individuals wanting the freedom to switch between sitting and standing throughout the workday. The DT2 model comes fully assembled and can be placed atop an existing workstation, turning almost any surface into a sit-to-stand desk. The InMovement Standing Desk DT2 features a sleek silver base and choice of a dark wood, light wood or modern white desktop finish.
“As the scientific community continues to recognize the need for more movement during the day, standing desk solutions are increasing in market popularity,” says InMovement Marketing Director Lauren Beckstedt. “The InMovement Standing Desk speaks to those interested in improving workday health, without compromising the style of their workspace, both at home and at the office.”
Since 1950, the Chicago Athenaeum has recognized designers and manufactures in fifty different countries for their accomplishment in contemporary design. Over the past 65 years, thousands of companies have been recognized, ranging from Apple, Inc. to Audi AG.; Boeing Company to PepsiCo Inc.
For more information about the GOOD DESIGN Award, visit https://chi-athenaeum.org/about-good-design.html
InMovement® is a Productive Wellbeing™ company that aims to return movement to the workday, prioritizing human health in order to drive a stronger business for its customers. Part of Brunswick Corporation’s fitness and active lifestyle division, InMovement brings new proprietary research to workplace planning and employee health behavior. At the heart of the InMovement solution are worktools designed to incorporate subtle movement into an employee’s everyday work habits. For more information, visit http://www.InMovement.com.
Lauren Beckstedt, InMovement, http://www.inmovement.com, +1 8472885978, [email protected]