transform the office with workinmotion tables by fedor katcuba transform the office with workinmotion tables by fedor katcuba
jan 11, 2015

transform the office with workinmotion tables by fedor katcuba

transform the office with workinmotion tables by fedor katcuba
all images courtesy of fedor katcuba

 

 

 

‘workinmotion’ by fedor katcuba is a furniture piece for a co-working space. ‘the main criteria of the project was to minimize the amount of moves needed to transform the object from its stationary to mobile state,’ the designer says. the pair of wheels on the one side and the prop on the other allow users to simply take the desk by the handle and tow it in any direction. as a result, multiple configurations can be created for different modes of comfort, such as events, group projects, or extra surface area to place objects. this is possible through a structural frame of bendable plywood and acrylic.

fedor katcuba workinmotion tables furniture designboom
side view of the table

fedor katcuba workinmotion tables furniture designboom
simply transform the object from its stationary to mobile state

fedor katcuba workinmotion tables furniture designboom
backside of the table

fedor katcuba workinmotion tables furniture designboom
place to store necessary things below the tabletop

fedor katcuba workinmotion tables furniture designboom
connection between the frame and desk

  

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here. 

  • Dear

    I hpe you are very well, i amwriting to you because I need buy 1 workinmotion desk.
    can you send me the quote with delivery tosantiago of Chile.

    I hope your answer as soon as possible

    María Constanza Flores
    Area de Desarrollo Doctor’s Choice

    maria constanza flores says:

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