I think he’s found it. Finally.
Yoshikadu Hamada has come up with a clever way to have both a comfortable sitting and a comfortable standing desk. It’s so simple, yet so brilliant.
You might remember seeing this before from Kotaku’s story on Japanese artists’ workspaces. Here are more photos of his set up:
Hamada switched over to a standing desk in February 2015.
Prior to that, he was working inside a little room he created with roll-down shades to mark off his workspace and, hopefully, help him concentrate more:
Here’s a look inside:
He seems to be the DIY type, and since he made the standing desk switch, he’s been creating an array of workspace solutions to varying degrees of success:
These are interesting, but I think his current solution is best.
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