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A School Furniture System Designed —保证孩子健康的设计准则  

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A School Furniture System Designed —保证孩子健康的设计准则 - 午夜天使 - 品茗,Mm设计间的快乐

射线是登内希的心血结晶,他的公司的旗舰产品,鲈鱼。他设计的,同时还是一个学生,但在测试和开发阶段已经持续了7年之久。这是不寻常的设计追求了蝙蝠的权利,但登内希认为学校家具一个市场迫切需要的解决方案,相关的健康问题每天8小时坐。 “我们所有的时间花费在设计的办公座椅上”他说。 “但是,当你带椅子,它的基本组成部分,当你做与学校家具,功能和人体工程学成为必要。我们认为,重要的是要目标的市场。“


 
A School Furniture System Designed —保证孩子健康的设计准则 - 午夜天使 - 品茗,Mm设计间的快乐

射线是基于一种专利技术鼓励学生“自我支持“通过他们的脚和核心肌肉一整天不断这些运动起源于是由一个薄的塑性变形容易因为它很灵活保证平衡马一样做一些类似的事情骨盆倾斜向下,位置中和这样孩子们避免可怕的直角坐的位置已与许多健康问题的太晚了桌子倾斜起来像一个绘图桌让小孩靠近他们的工作根据Dennehy标准课桌军队的孩子坐在迫使脊柱成一个不自然的位置)

 
A School Furniture System Designed —保证孩子健康的设计准则 - 午夜天使 - 品茗,Mm设计间的快乐
 
A School Furniture System Designed —保证孩子健康的设计准则 - 午夜天使 - 品茗,Mm设计间的快乐
 
A School Furniture System Designed —保证孩子健康的设计准则 - 午夜天使 - 品茗,Mm设计间的快乐
 
A School Furniture System Designed —保证孩子健康的设计准则 - 午夜天使 - 品茗,Mm设计间的快乐
 
A School Furniture System Designed —保证孩子健康的设计准则 - 午夜天使 - 品茗,Mm设计间的快乐
 
A School Furniture System Designed —保证孩子健康的设计准则 - 午夜天使 - 品茗,Mm设计间的快乐
 
A School Furniture System Designed —保证孩子健康的设计准则 - 午夜天使 - 品茗,Mm设计间的快乐

原文:
When I first heard of Ray, an ergonomic school furniture gaining popularity in Scandinavia, I wrongly assumed its name was a tribute to the fabled Eames of the same name. Simon Dennehy, the Irish industrial designer who conceived of Ray, sets me straight: It’s named for the fish, whose long, flexible wings mimic the chair’s thin seat.

Ray is Dennehy’s brainchild, and the flagship product of his firm, Perch. He designed it while still a student, but the testing and development phase has lasted seven years. It’s unusual for a designer to pursue school furniture right off the bat, but Dennehy sees it as a market desperately in need of solutions to the health problems associated with sitting for eight hours a day. “We could have designed an office chair with all the bells and whistles,” he says. “But when you strip a chair down to its basic parts, as you do with school furniture, functionality and ergonomics become essential. We think it’s important to target that market.”

Chairs that encourage movement are old hat but are rarely seen in school settings--as a result, Ray is spreading quickly through schools in Scandinavia, England, and Germany. Though the system is popular with administrators, the initial idea for Ray emerged from a series of tests Dennehy did with a group of schoolkids. He asked them what their perfect school chair would be, receiving a volley of suggestions that included details like under-chair fridges and sofa-esque padding. “A lot of people laughed at those details,” he says. “But at the core of it, these kids were uncomfortable.”

Ray is based on a patented technology that encourages students to “self support” by engaging their feet and core muscles constantly throughout the day. These micro-movements originate at the seat, which is made of a thin plastic that deforms very easily. Because it’s so flexible, sitters open up their legs to balance, as you would on a horse (“saddle seats” do something similar). The pelvis tilts downward and the spinal position neutralizes. This way, kids avoid the dreaded “right angle” sitting position that has been linked to so many health problems as of late. The desk tilts up like a drafting table, getting kids closer to what they’re working on (according to Dennehy, the flat angle of standard school desks forces kids to hunch over, forcing the spine into an unnatural position).
Because Dennehy’s system was originally designed for a Scandinavian market (it’s produced by Danish company Labofa), it’s priced fairly high for American schools. But Perch is working to develop less expensive options, with a mid-range version currently being sold in the U.K. What’s really clever about Ray, though, is that it doesn’t require any of the bells and whistles (read: hydraulics) of other dynamic seating systems, so making it less expensive shouldn’t be difficult. Either way, it’ll be a lot cheaper than buying every school kid in America a treadmill desk.
 
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