Designed by Brian Alexander

Renew Sit-to-Stand Tables

Four Renew Sit-to-Stand Tables in various shapes and top finishes, positioned at various heights.

A healthier way to work

Elegant in form and efficient in design, Renew makes moving from sitting to standing—and back again—a natural part of your day. Everything you’ve been looking for in a sit-to-stand table is accounted for, from intuitive height adjustment to cable management to a durable, long-lasting desk. And you can be confident in the life of your standing desk, with our all-encompassing warranty. Combined with a great office chair, Renew gives you a full range of supported movement to help you stay active and healthy while you work.

A workspace with a woman using a rectangular Renew Sit-to-Stand Table at a standing height with another Renew Table and an Aeron Chair beside her.

Put an Emphasis on Wellness

Our bodies aren’t designed to stay in one position. We were made to move. But between sitting and sleeping, most Americans are sedentary for around 21 hours a day. Research links sedentary lifestyles to a higher risk of diabetes, some cancers, obesity, and cardiovascular disease. Renew helps people take charge of their wellness at work by making it easier to change positions throughout the day.

Close-up of an open high-density cable tray holding black cords that's attached to the underside of a Renew Sit-to-Stand Table's work surface.

Keep Cables Accessible and Out of Sight

Gone are the days of fumbling underneath your desk, trying to access the closest power outlet. With Renew, power is easy to reach with multiple configurations of simplex receptacles and USB charging ports on the work surface. And the jumble of cables is organized tidily out of sight, thanks to cord management that routes through the table leg, hidden in the tray below.

An office featuring a rectangular Renew Sit-to-Stand Table with a black C-leg and polished aluminum feet, an Aeron Chair, and an Eames Walnut Stool.

Give People the Focus

Every inch of Renew was thoughtfully considered from the point of view of the person using it and the people sitting or standing nearby. A top-to-bottom design looks presentable from all angles, even when the table is raised. With thoughtfully positioned table legs, softly angled corners, and a cable tray that’s tucked away, leg room beneath the desk is generous and clutter-free. And the design is easily integrated in your office, creating a dynamic, supportive workspace.

Workstations created with a 120-degree configuration of Canvas Channel, Renew Sit-to-Stand Tables, and light gray Aeron chairs.

Be Active without Thinking About It

Renew lets people enjoy all the perks of healthy movement without disrupting the workflow. A soft, paddle-shaped switch works exactly as expected—moving up to raise the table and down to lower it—so people can change the desk height with little effort. A range of adjustments lets each person choose the perfect sitting or standing height or share a space without compromising comfort.

A line drawing of a rectangular Renew Sit-to-Stand Table with a C-Foot.

Specs

Cable management, power access, screens, configurations, and more. See what makes up Renew Sit-to-Stand Tables.

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Renew Sit-to-Stand

Sitting or standing, Renew follows your lead.

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Products

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Renew Sit-to-Stand Tables

Sitting or standing, Renew follows your lead.

An office featuring an oval Renew Sit-to-Stand Table at a seated height, black Eames Aluminum Group Chair, and two Eames Molded Plastic Armchairs.

Design Story

We partnered with designer Brian Alexander to completely rethink sit-to-stand tables and how people actually use them. The result is a harmonious blend of form and function.

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