14 Stylish and Luxurious Workstations

Workstations are not a new thing to us, but in the recent times, they have succeeded in turning more than a few heads and the demand for comfy, luxurious workstations has increased by leaps and bounds.

Have a look at these 14 stylish and Luxurious workstations.

1. Corner V1 Computer Desk

Dynamically designed to offer ergonomic comfort at an affordable price, the New Corner V1 Desk takes entertainment and work to new heights while saving space.

With the exception of the reclining chair, every part of the desk is hand-machined and welded for maximum sophistication.

Complete with 2.1 speaker and height-adjustable flat-screen monitor support, the V1 ergonomic computer desk can be used as a computer gaming chair, flight simulator, racing simulator, cad workstation, video editing workstation, sound editing workstation, personal movie theatre, surround sound music environment, amongst other functions

corner v1 computer desk

Source: http://www.thev1chair.com

2. Cruise & Atlas Workstation

A well-coordinated combination of computer table and office chair, the Cruise and Atlas Workstation is designed to provide maximum ergonomic comfort in the workplace with transparent partition walls to create a personal atmosphere.

Made with a flexible mesh fabric, a wide headrest and a broad variety of adjustment options, the Atlas chair provides numerous options for support. Equipped with a special reclining function, the unusually low sitting position shifts body weight to the large-surface backrest to reduce strain on neck, shoulders and arms.

The reclining position also promotes blood circulation and prevents swelling of the legs, allowing for more relaxed working and improved focusi on computer work.

The height of the two-part cruise table can be adjusted easily and tilted to align with the reclining position of the chair. All control levers are easily accessed from underneath the table to make the functions niftier to operate.

cruise atlas workstation

Source: http://www.uci.com.au/

3. Daybed Ergonomic Workstation

A modern lounge chair and ottoman teamed with an ergonomically designed laptop computer support double the benefits of the Daybed ergonomic workstation, which can be simultaneously used as a home office workstation and piece of contemporary home furniture.

Not only is the Daybed a treat for the eye, but it also reduces stress and injuries associated with the use of laptops in unhealthy postures. The laptop tray can be slid into position easily and pushed away when not required with the help of a swing arm, while a conventional ball joint enables the tray to be rotated 180 degrees for both left- and right-handed users.

The reclining backrest provides adequate back support and the ottoman below can be adjusted to your height.

humanscale daybed

Source: http://www.humanscaledesign.com/

4. PCE Workstation

Another dental chair lookalike, the PCE workstation has room to support up to three LCD monitors, and can be adjusted from every angle.

Fully adjustable from footrest to monitors and ultra comfortable for extended playing, PCEs are not limited to gaming: one person’s ultimate gaming environment is another’s ergonomic workstation or personal home theatre.

The modulatrC-styled frame design extends one or more LCD monitors directly overhead and in front of the user and makes it easy to integrate new platforms, PCs and entertainment devices.

pce workstation

Source: http://www.mypce.com/

5. Gravitonus Ergonomic Workstation:

Created by a group of medical researchers studying spinal cord injury, the Gravitonus ergonomic workstation comes with an on-board computer which constantly analyses body position, measures local temperature and pressure for different body parts and gently rotates the frame accordingly.

Currently being adapted for quadriplegics by means of an alternative computer control system (ACCS) which places a control unit in the mouth to do all of the work and allow for breathing, drinking, talking, smoking at the same time.

gravitonus workstation

Source: http://gravitonus.com/

6. Battle-Rig Pro Gaming Workstation

Fitted with an ergonomic chair to ensure the player is comfortable under the most intense gaming situations, the Battle-Rig Pro gaming station looks like a sophisticated compact office with a nifty desk and storage space.

In addition to push-to-open cupboards, shelves and cubbies, a speaker system can be integrated into it for surround sound quality without unsightly wires and cables running across the floor.

Choose from a range of color combination’s to match your home’s decor.

*BINGO UPDATE* The Battle-Rig Pro Gaming Workstation was voted number 1 best chair for playing online bingo. There were numerous chairs up for nomination at the bingo awards ceremony last night but this one topped the lot. Over 2000 bingo players were surveyed and some claimed it provided them with a ‘bingo-hall-like’ experience, the enclosed space allows the players to immerse themselves in the bingo  experience. I haven’t tried this myself but once I get my hands on one of these chairs I’ll head straight for tombola and try it out for myself!

battle rig pro

Source: http://www.ubergizmo.com/

7. Nethrone Workstation

A crazy-looking ergonomic device that looks like a dentist’s chair, the Nethrone is a uniquely engineered environment designed for comfortable gaming, net surfing and computer use.

The oval-shaped structure, with electronic adjustment control and a seat massage maximise comfort, while the reclining position of the chair prevents neck strain.

The display, head rest, keyboard, and seat position are all adjustable in order to customise the workstation to the user’s comfort level.

Available in yellow, purple, blue, green and red.

nethrone workstation

Source: http://www.nethrone.com/

8. Office Organix ErgoQuest 500

Ever have those mornings where you wish you could just work from bed? Dream no more. The ErgoQuest 500 motorized workstation makes this both possible and productive if you work from home.

Complete with motorized legs and a monitor tilt platform that supports up to 400 lbs of equipment, the height-adjustable desk doesn’t require any heavy lifting, as you can control the motors with the touch of a keypad.

Work doesn’t get more laidback than this.

ergoquest

Source: http://www.officeorganix.com/

9. Surf Chair Workstation

Designed to banish all computer-related pains, the Surf Chair Workstation is an ingenious combination of ideas.

Suspended smartly in front of your eyes, at a perfect distance, the monitor keeps eye complaints at bay, while the snake-like design helps keep your back healthy for hours on end, while numerous fitted pillows support every part of the body.

surf chair workstation

Source: http://www.coroflot.com/

10. Aura Workstation

A fully equipped Aura is a free-standing environment engineered to give the user control over airflow, lighting, temperature, seating and even orientation on the compass.

Revolutionary features include: seven-way adjustable chair, space for up to four monitors, programmed rotation to take advantage of natural lighting, electronically filtered forced air and indirect ambient light.

This uber-workstation, which can be rotated up to 120 degress, controls its own micro-climate, electronically filtering oxygen before delivery and allowing the occupant to change air settings up to 21.5 times per hour.

aura workstation

Source: http://www.poetictech.com/

11. Walkstation

Stuck at your computer all day and half the night, walks and workouts become guilty pleasures as deadlines loom. Know the feeling?

Walkstation has the solution. A treadmill attached to a height-adjustable computer workstation, the unit keeps you upright and moving between one and a half to two miles an hour, without pushing you into an aerobic sweat.
After a few hours on the treadmill, you forget you’re moving. While the treadmill won’t make you lose pounds, it will keep you mobile by walking at a very slow pace without even thinking about it instead of sitting on an ever-expanding rump.

walkstation

Source: http://www.steelcase.com/

12. Emperor Workstation

A massive techno-womb designed to cradle you in ergonomic comfort, the Emperor workstation features three widescreen monitors: THX Dolby surround sound, air filtering, light therapy, a Web cam, battery back-up and many other things to help you fantasise about being a tyrannical army commander controlling a galaxy takeover.

Built to order with a desktop Mac or PC, as well as the biggest docking station ever for laptops, the Emperor also has a HEPA air purification system and a UPS that offers back-up power for up to 30 minutes.

emperor workstation

Source: http://www.novelquest.com/

13. Zero-Gee Ergonomic Workstation

Merging comfort and work zone, the Zero-Gee Ergonomic workstation is a designer solution for keeping your spine and hands intact through long hours of work. Essentially a state-f-the-art recliner with a computer attached, the Zero-Gee is perfect for both offices and homes, as it can extend horizontally should you need to take a nap between deadlines.

Custom-made to move and adjust as naturally as possible, each workstation takes 10 days to four weeks to build, and can be assembled bit by bit according to instructions.

zero gee ergonomic workstation

Source: http://www3.jetro.go.jp/

14. Milk Desk

It is made of medium density fiberboard, which is at least six times stronger than regular particleboard, the Milk Desk has an electronic base to raise or lower the desk for sitting or standing.

The workspace includes lots of built-in solutions for managing cords and other supplies, including a built-in slot along the front edge for active paper files and four covered square insets along the left side for stashing supplies or incorporating decorative extras like a fishbowl.

milk desk workstation

Source: http://www.milk.dk/

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  1. erichansa says:

    I like the Designs. only the 6th. why is it battle workstation, like a jail.

  2. Jiffj jOnes says:

    Wow, Corner V1 looks like an electronic drum set! Pretty cool!

    Jiff

  3. Erik says:

    And not a single acknowledgment of a touchscreen in the whole bunch.

  4. bob says:

    Ridiculous. Most of these are neither ergonomic nor at all practical. Some of them look like they would be intensely uncomfortable, like 7, 9, and 13. Have you tried any of them?

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  6. Highlander says:

    Interesting. Could have used this about 8 months ago. I set out to design and build my own “perfect chair”. The chair I built is close to perfect and needs maybe one or two tweaks, but costs under $500. The V1 is close, but what if you actually need to do paper work? Take a look and let me know what u think.
    http://gkcgamers.blogs.friendster.com/my_blog/

  7. varo says:

    Can you use the first one as a RockBand drum set??

  8. Clubit.tv says:

    There amazing desks, really like them :D

  9. Denis says:

    “Walkstation” looks good :)

  10. Thank you for putting together a list of the coolest ergonomic desk designs ever. Now if only I could afford one of them.

    - Jeffrey Austin White

  11. Hellas says:

    That Gravitonus (number 6) is the only one that looks really usefull and efficient. That video on youtube looks amazing.

  12. maulana says:

    i never think such design.
    so modern and i like the pic number 11,
    i can be health and my task be done.
    really super site.
    great desk.

    thanks

  13. harry the computer support guy says:

    Ok it’s official….I’m going to have a word with my boss about a new desk!

  14. Joe Del says:

    I like the first and the 12th! Wish I had either one :)

  15. Gary says:

    I like the ‘Walkstation” myself.

  16. Loc says:

    Some of them are very cool design, and I’m sure the budget for some are right up there.

    My favorite is the Gravitonus Ergonomic Workstation.

  17. Dentist in Palm Coast says:

    I agree with Gary the “walkstation” is my favorite as well. Just seems the best built.

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