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1. The rationality of the static scale of office furniture. When designing office furniture, the first thing to consider is the size of the office furniture. The state has also formulated relevant scale standards. In fact, all of this data comes from our scales. For example, the seat width of the seat is taken from 95% of the lower arm width in a normal sitting position to meet the needs of most people. It can be seen that the size of office furniture is closely related to ourselves. If the width of the seat is very narrow and does not meet the requirements of people's normal sitting posture, no matter how beautiful the chair is, its value will be greatly reduced.
2. The rationality of the dynamic scale of office furniture. The dynamic scale here refers to whether the scale of office furniture can satisfy people's behavior when people take a specific action on the office furniture. For example, in the design of manual cabinets, the height of the tall cabinet should be easy for women to open and not prevent them from viewing the internal storage (usually women) are shorter than men. The height design of the low cabinet is to leave a certain margin according to the height of the user's elbow when operating, and take into account the user's catering preparation work.
3. The comfort of office furniture. The comfort mentioned here is not entirely dependent on how people feel. Sometimes people feel comfortable, but it actually hides their health. For example, sitting for long periods of time, which naturally changes different sitting postures that feel comfortable, can have adverse effects on the spine over time. This effect is subtle and imperceptible. You are likely to suffer from frozen shoulder and other conditions. Office chairs for office furniture are designed with this in mind. For example, the design of the backrest should conform to the curve of the human spine to maintain a healthy and comfortable sitting position. Another example is that in the design of ergonomic mattresses, when people sleep, taking into account the difficulty of falling, reasonable body pressure distribution, and control of body swooping, neither too soft nor too hard. And in the real sense, sleep comfortably and healthily.