Ergo Ergo, boasting unconventional ergonomic comfort, brings fitness to the workplace. If you’re not quite ready to replace your desk chair with a retrofitted treadmill, the flexible stool, designed by Alan Heller, offers a less dramatic option and a far more subtle workout. It works similarly to an exercise ball while providing the comfort of a cushioned seat. As you sit, your body gently rocks, stimulating blood circulation and keeping your core muscles engaged.
Ergo Ergo. Designed by Alan Heller for Ergo Ergo.
Stronger core muscles lead to stronger back muscles, leading to all-around better fitness. The compact stool is 22 inches high and weighs only 9 pounds, allowing it to be easily stored or moved around. Made of UV-resistant recyclable plastic in either red or black, Ergo Ergo also satisfies the environmentally-conscious. Ergo Ergo is a sister company to Heller, manufacturer of various Mario Bellini products including the Bellini Chair as well as Studio 65’s Bocca Sofa and the Frank Gehry Furniture Collection.