Humanscale’s Revolutionary Monitor Arm Recognized with mix interiors Award
NEW YORK, June 11, 2009 — Humanscale’s M2 monitor arm has been named Best Ergonomic Solution by mix interiors magazine for Mixology09. Judged by an independent panel of some of the most prominent members of the British office interiors industry, the mix interiors Awards recognize the finest new products on the office interiors market.
mix interiors—the leading magazine for the U.K. office interiors market—is widely respected in the architectural, design and facilities communities for its consistent focus on commercial interiors issues. Its Mixology award for Best Ergonomic Solution recognizes the product that best addresses human factors in the workplace, and considers factors including research, user comfort and impact on productivity and performance. 2009 marks Humanscale’s second sweep of this category: the Switch Mouse earned Best Ergonomic Solution for Mixology07.
The M2’s advanced engineering promises to revolutionize the dynamic monitor arm category. Utilizing a high-performance mechanical spring—instead of a bulky, failure-prone gas cylinder—the M2 offers dynamic adjustability in an ultra-slim and eco-conscious design.
Backed by Humanscale’s 15-year 24/7 warranty, the M2 offers a remarkably long serviceable life. Made of 52% recycled and 99% recyclable materials—including significant use of 100% recycled aluminum—the M2 contributes to a number of valuable LEED credits.
It will be on display at NeoCon 2009, June 15 – 17 at Humanscale Showroom 351, where, as a Citations of Excellence recipient in Buildings magazine’s Product Innovations Awards, it is a contender for a Grand Prize.
For more information about Humanscale and its full range of ergonomic solutions, visit www.humanscale.com or call 800-400-0625.
Humanscale is the premier designer and manufacturer of ergonomic products that improve the health and comfort of work life. Achieving more with less, Humanscale’s product designs have been honored with more than 140 prestigious awards since 2007 and featured in various museums such as The Museum of Modern Art.