Connect-IT Table Desk

The way the modern office has developed has meant that flexibility is more important that ever before. Often our desks can be full of the latest gadgets, documents, books and much much more. With all these things, life can get a bit cluttered, and I for one can find it difficult to concentrate when all I need is a simple writing space to jot down my thoughts. This is why the Connect-It Tablet Desk is such a wonderful idea,  the desk is made by Monarch Specialties and combines a sleek low-profile desk with plenty of hidden storage compartments for hiding all that clutter. In addition, it’s got a set of built-in slots for organising the mass of wires that regularly snake their way around your workspace, so you don’t have to put in a lot of effort tidying up chargers, cables and power hubs.

Modern Desk for Gadgets

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24
Jan 2014
AUTHOR eOffice
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Design

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WorkNext – Flexible Desking System

WorkNest is a flexible desk system which allows its users to configure and modify the working environment which they inhabit.  Although this workspace concept is still only in the conceptual phases, we absolutely love the design and variability of it! According to the designer Wiktoria Lenart, the project was aimed at creating the perfect modular office for creatives; allowing its users to create a workspace that felt designed and modified specifically for the user’s needs.

The set lets you add things like planters, walls on the edges to create more privacy, wheels, and can be combined with other desks to create a large collaborative workspace. Each of the pods and walls included let you organized books, headphones, magazines, and the like.

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09
Jul 2013
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Design

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NINO – flexible office system

NINO is a dynamic and flexible office system developed during a 2 year research.

NINO proposes a new approach to the workstation which aims to enable chance encounters, communication and possibly collaborations.

In depth practice-based research highlighted the need for tools and conditions capable of supporting mobile, flexible and social dynamics within the work environment.

Since the digital revolution the work environment has gone through big changes: new work dynamics and new workers typologies have appeared. Consequently the products we use at work on a daily basis have become more mobile and flexible. But what about our workstations? Why have they remained static and rigid?

Nowadays most workers spend 60% of their working day away from the desk and all the tools we daily use at work (laptops, mobile phone, cloud computing etc) do not require anymore static and fixed positions. But companies still allocate a huge expense to buy and install workstations that are occupied only a few hours per day. NINO office system introduces a new mobile and multifunctional solution which allows companies to provide fewer workstations used as working hubs in a more suitable way for the contemporary worker.

The project provides a furniture system that is as flexible, dynamic and social as the products we daily use at work and takes over the outdated work environment structure imposed by rigid and static workstations.

NINO is composed of a stand and a set of satellite objects which the user can assemble as required.

NINO moves, NINO morphs. NINO does not prescribe ergonomic positions but gives to the user a chance to discover.

NINO does not belong to anyone. Every worker is free to use the system by placing the tools he needs, encouraging this way new encounters.

NINO can be easily set up to create a formal, informal, social or private scenario according to the user’s needs.

NINO is a dynamic and flexible office system developed during a 2 year research.

NINO proposes a new approach to the workstation which aims to enable chance encounters, communication and possibly collaborations.

In depth practice-based research highlighted the need for tools and conditions capable of supporting mobile, flexible and social dynamics within the work environment.

Since the digital revolution the work environment has gone through big changes: new work dynamics and new workers typologies have appeared. Consequently the products we use at work on a daily basis have become more mobile and flexible. But what about our workstations? Why have they remained static and rigid?

Nowadays most workers spend 60% of their working day away from the desk and all the tools we daily use at work (laptops, mobile phone, cloud computing etc) do not require anymore static and fixed positions. But companies still allocate a huge expense to buy and install workstations that are occupied only a few hours per day. NINO office system introduces a new mobile and multifunctional solution which allows companies to provide fewer workstations used as working hubs in a more suitable way for the contemporary worker.

The project provides a furniture system that is as flexible, dynamic and social as the products we daily use at work and takes over the outdated work environment structure imposed by rigid and static workstations.

NINO is composed of a stand and a set of satellite objects which the user can assemble as required.

NINO moves, NINO morphs. NINO does not prescribe ergonomic positions but gives to the user a chance to discover.

NINO does not belong to anyone. Every worker is free to use the system by placing the tools he needs, encouraging this way new encounters.

NINO can be easily set up to create a formal, informal, social or private scenario according to the user’s needs.

04
Jul 2012
AUTHOR eOffice
CATEGORY

Design

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Office Desk Design – Converted Car

Office furniture can sometimes be bland and boring, especially the humble office desk. But despite this the office desk is a very important, often integral, part of a working person’s life – after all the majority of your time is spent on it. This cool desk converted from a mini car allows for the expression of individual style, class and creativity. If you’re willing to spend circa $5000 USD this desk could be yours, though it clearly needs a particular type of office space as it may be too “progressive” for some institutions!

18
May 2012
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Design

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Office Chair + Workout Station

I’m sure many of us will appreciate how difficult sitting in an office chair all day can be, not only psychologically but also from a fitness perspective.  The Fit@Work fitness chair concept aims to allow people to get a workout right from their office desk, in an attempt to increase fitness and decrease some of the back and neck problems which sitting at a desk all day can cause.  The ergonomically designed chair is a fully functioning stationary fitness center in itself which allows users to perform a number of gym-like exercises, while also allowing them to sit the day away in comfort and style. The question is, do you really want to be sweaty at work? Doesn’t seem too practical if you ask me!

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07
Jan 2012
AUTHOR eOffice
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Design

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Coworking Office Desk

Add+ is an innovative concept for office furniture that is specifically designed for coworking spaces. It was created by  Aram Haydeyan in collaboration with Casitoo’s graduate designer Tobias Fortsch. The coworking desk allows for a full range of expansion options.  The furniture was designed to allow it to be assembled and dissembled rapidly, which makes it perfect for smaller office spaces that require their rooms to serve many purposes. The desk provides many flexible arrangements and a numerous combination of units can be added.  All in all the furniture promises to make coworking easier and more efficient.

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05
Jan 2012
AUTHOR eOffice
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CoWorking

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Elegant Office Design – The Volna Office Desk

The Volna office desk by Nüvist is possibly one of the most beautiful pieces of office furniture I’ve seen for a while. The striking design is both elegant and stylish, however I wonder how functional it would be as one’s daily  desk for work. Nevertheless this is definitely one office desk that I’d want!

It was very important to  create soft and serene experience in the tangible and the visual sense for this type of table design. The new technologies  and the modern materials were the main ingredients for the creation and these provide us to design an unbroken continious form. In this way, Volna Table has met both the functionality and a unique elegance look and it has been shaped  like a wave and features an incessant flow.

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01
Jan 2012
AUTHOR eOffice
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Design

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Gym Class Office Desk

It’s rare to see a clean gym floor ridden of sneaker marks, but the Origin Workstation by Mirato avoids these pesky streaks. This is because the design firm Mirato constructed this office desk with a twist to bring back the days of the gym class.

The office desk is made from a 100% reclaimed gym floor. The floors are even given a polished look, after receiving a ton of abuse from sneakers running scraping the surface daily, for that authentic feel. At 4x 10 this is a great size that can easily fit four people without feeling crowded. Mirato also promises that a wiring containment can be configured into the table, which means tangled cables will not be an issue for users of the Origin Workstation.

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26
Sep 2011
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Design

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Flexible Sit Stand Desk

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This unique and creative desk is known as the Humanscale Float Sit-Stand Height-Adjustable Table. Quite a mouthful I know, but this desk is extremely innovative and we love it. It consists of two telescopic legs which, thanks to a clever counter balance system, allow the user to adjust the height by simply pressing a lever and applying a tiny bit of pressure. Unlike most other sit-stand desks, the table-top is interchangeable and can accommodate worktops ranging from 42″ to 72″ in length. Though the desk is slightly aesthetically bland, the practicality of it more than makes up for this if you ask me.

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07
Sep 2011
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Design

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Office Furniture – Comfortable Silence Bench

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Finding beautiful furniture to put in your office can often be difficult, so this is why here at eOffice we like to feature beautiful office friendly furniture from time to time. This collection is by Jory Bringham, bringing together both style and quality to make some stunningly elegant pieces that would fit perfectly in the communal or reception area of any office. The pictures below feature the “Comfortable Silence” bench which was inspired by nonverbal communication. It features solid teak intermixed with charcoal concrete. Within the concrete container you can place whatever you like, although the piece quite clearly looks amazing with a plant of some sort within it!

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19
Aug 2011
AUTHOR eOffice
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Design

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