In my previous post I wrote about considering a Humanistic approach to designing chairs. Viewing the ‘Squatty Potty’ in this light, I reckon that it ‘Humanises’ the European Water Closet. In is, in a way, an Instrument of Humanisation.
I present to you some tangible outcomes of this project so far. These are ‘Instruments of Humanisation’ for chairs. These are products that alter conventional chairs to suit human preferences of posture. Some of them work independent of chairs as well.
#1 Model T
#2 Model P
This design is meant to make squatting possible for the portion of the human population that has forgotten how to. For those who can still squat, it makes it easier.
#3 Model S
We have seen furniture that helps one sit. What about furniture that helps you stand. This yet-to-be-refined product is an alternative way to do a variety of everyday activities that we usually do seated.
#4 Model I
For when you want to only half-sit on an ordinary chair. The angle of inclination is adjustable according to preference.
#5 Model H
More options for your legs.
IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES!