inesa malafej: my writing desk
oct 10, 2011
inesa malafej: my writing desk


‘my writing desk’ by inesa malafej

lithuanian-born inesa malafej of etc.etc. has sent us images of her ‘my writing desk’ a workspace which has been designed
to reduce difficulties of working in a mess.

a storage trough is organized around three sides of the table top, where things may be placed off the main writing surface,
but still in sight and easily accessible. the desktop can be utilized right up to its edges without worrying that things may fall down,
and unnecessary objects can simply be pushed to the storage sides. the high edges of the desk isolates within the room in which it stands.
the wings are divided for simple construction, leaving a path for the wires. there are two drawers for a laptop and writing equipment.
the legs of the table can be twisted off for easier transportation.


top view


front view


two drawers serve as storage for a lap top and writing equipment


a storage trough wraps around three sides of the desk offering a place to place belongings off the main writing surface


the legs of the table can simply be twisted off for easy transportation

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