Humanscale Donates Products to National September 11 Memorial Museum
New York-Based Ergonomics Company Provides Freedom and Liberty Chairs
NEW YORK — Leading ergonomics company Humanscale has donated seating products to the National September 11 Memorial Museum in downtown Manhattan. Headquartered in the Flatiron district, Humanscale provided its Freedom and Liberty chairs, which resonate with the spirit of the museum.
“We’re honored to be a part of this new landmark,” said Founder and CEO of Humanscale Bob King. “As a New York company with a global perspective, we’re aware of the impact this significant event had on the world and felt compelled to contribute to the museum as it continues its work.”
Quote from 9/11 Museum
The Freedom and Liberty chairs will be used throughout the museum in spaces such as educational classrooms, back-of-house workstations and the front office ticket booth.
Humanscale is the leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance ergonomic products that improve the health and comfort of work life. Through leveraging new technology in functional yet minimal designs, Humanscale transforms traditional offices into active, intelligent workspaces. Committed to making a net positive impact on the earth as well as our customers, Humanscale offers award-winning products designed with a focus on function, simplicity and longevity.