A Lounge Fit for Captain Kirk

I know I’m not the only one salivating over the forthcoming Star Trek movie, so to appease our mutual appetites for the franchise reset I present the Daybed from Manuelsaez. Designed for its client Humanscale, Manuelsaez attempted to prevent unhealthy postures born of coffee table and couch computing. Although Intended for light home office use, anyone with one of these in their den is definitely putting in extra hours on the ol’ intertubes.

Designer: Manuelsaez

63 Comments

  • James says:

    looks cool, but posture is no good.

  • MARIA DASD DORES R. says:

    Onde encontro essa cadeira para comprar ” Daybed de manuelsaez. ” me informem por favor urgente.

  • Fettgesicht says:

    I would definitely utilize this! As a freelance graphic designer I sit at my desk all day, so this would make my lifestyle increasingly sedentary and relaxing.

  • loic says:

    How is it, and where can one find I want the purchase, give me the price

  • lester says:

    God i should be his web master i could sell a million of them but to bad all the other sites take me to this dead end so all i guess is he great at making pictures with nothing to sell other than being a good artist :(

  • Mitch says:

    Presentation-wise, it would look better with a Mac. The white on orange design is definitely more Apple than Dell. And no, I don’t hate PCs.

    I can’t see this being comfortable for any long term use, and the relaxed design doesn’t lend itself to any sort of work that requires focus. I can picture a really fat guy laying in it and hitting the stumble button for 4 hours.

    No built in audio output. No USB hub. No cable management system. This thing would quickly become a cluttered mess, even for your average laptop user. The mousepad is far from functional, as it is not wide enough to accomodate navigation, especially on larger screens. This also means that gamers, who would normally find a design like this appealing, would have be disappointed.

    @Fettgesicht I too am a freelance graphic designer. And I can tell you that this chair would greatly hinder your design ability. My own workspace includes my MacBook Pro, Wacom Large tablet, mouse, and external hardrive. Not to mention the array of books, mags, and notepads that I have for different resources and projects. So unless I want to put this chair right next to my desk, it’s going to be useless.

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