Kogan HQ Looks Like Business-Class Plane Seating

Most workplaces feature desks, but it’s not entirely surprising that online electronics retailer Kogan chose to go in a different direction. A recent revamp to its office has replaced many desks with a chair which combines a laptop stand and built-in speakers in the headrests.

You can plug music into the USB slots on the chairs for music playback, and there’s even built-in massage options. Kogan’s blog post doesn’t make it clear how many staff have the new option; I for one would prefer a standard desk, but it’s good to see other approaches explored.

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