Our products are designed to make you feel happier. Sitting longer than 3 hours harms the health. By average people with an office job sit 11,4 hours a day including time spend during leisure time. When you move less than 30 minutes a day, you are 49% more likely to die from an unnatural death. Our active furniture is not only contributing to your health, but full body movements also stimulate endorphin production making you feel happier.
OUR ACTIVE FURNITURE COLLECTION
All the furniture is made by hand in the Netherlands with materials from The Netherlands. Hereby we make sure the quality is good, we use sustainable materials and our footprint is as small as possible. As soon you make an order in the webstore, we are going to start the production. This is why is takes 4 to 8 weeks to ship it to your home. Transport within the European Union is included with the price (except for the Fugu, Bambata, Candy Bar and Buoy Rough Weld with a soft seat). In case you have any request when it comes to the color of the fabrics or a custom made series, feel free to contact us: . Also don't hesitate to call in case you have questions about the product you would like to order.
DELIVERY & SHIPMENT
DESIGNED WITH DANCERS
The furniture collection is inspired by adding movement to the work environment. In 2013 Enricher Govert Flint participated with a dancing company to observe how their movements make them feel certain emotions. His process is explained with the TEDx talk.
NEUROSCIENCE BASED DESIGN
In 2015, we went with a group of designers to University of Cambridge. Professor neurobiology Jenny Morton provided us a study trip to learn more about Environmental Enrichment and understand how we can translate our prototypes to support people best at work. We tested our designs to understand the intensity of stimulation our products should provide for what working activity. We developed the foundation of our collection for the Enriched Office at Schiphol.
DESIGN TEAM ENRICHERS
The furniture collection is designed in collaboration with (A to Z):
Florijn Vriend (organizational psychologist)