Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

Standing Desks Are Lame… Now You Can Lie Down At Work.

Lazy people, rejoice: Your wildest, laziest fantasies could become a reality.

Created by the Altwork studio in Sonoma Valley, California, the Altwork Station is a multipurpose workspace that can house your computer, devices, and supplies -- and also lets you lay all the way down while you're working.

Now, the purpose of the Altwork Station isn't actually so people can be as lazy as they want to be (although it is an added bonus). The station was created for writers, programmers, designers, and anyone else who has to sit at a computer all day. It allows the user to change into a variety of comfortable sitting and standing positions, which is ultimately better than staying in one spot for hours. See the photos of this awesome contraption below.

The self-described "high intensity computer" will sell for about $5,900.

The self-described "high intensity computer" will sell for about $5,900.

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There are four models of the station, labeled standing, collaboration, regular, and focus.

There are four models of the station, labeled standing, collaboration, regular, and focus.

Lili Sams/Mashable

The standing and regular positions are pretty normal, but in focus mode you can recline the chair all the way back. The desk and monitor adjust accordingly.

The standing and regular positions are pretty normal, but in focus mode you can recline the chair all the way back. The desk and monitor adjust accordingly.

Lili Sams/Mashable

With the Altwork Station, you can be fully engaged in your work and fully relaxed at the same time.

With the Altwork Station, you can be fully engaged in your work and fully relaxed at the same time.

Lili Sams/Mashable

Comfort and focus are just a remote control away.

Comfort and focus are just a remote control away.

Lili Sams/Mashable

See the Altwork Station in action in the video below.

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Sources: Mashable, Altwork

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