zestdesk turns any table into a beautiful standing workspace
 
zestdesk turns any table into a beautiful standing workspace zestdesk turns any table into a beautiful standing workspace
oct 24, 2014

zestdesk turns any table into a beautiful standing workspace

zestdesk turns any table into a beautiful standing workspace
all images courtesy of zestdesk

 

 

 

within office furniture design there is an increasing emphasis on health and well-being. the ‘poster boy’ for this trend is the standing desk. one of the challenges with this typology is the perceived lack of flexibility, both functionally and aesthetically. a company that is trying to challenge this is ‘zestdesk‘.

 


video courtesy of zestdesk

 

 

 

frustrated with not finding a solution that could accommodate his mobile work, dr. peter moore decided to build his own. together with his son, james moore, and nick roseby D+M, he has designed the world’s first portable and adjustable standing desk.

peter moore james moore nick roseby zestdesk standing desk
set up in the office

 

 

the furnishing was created for people who hot desk, move to multiple locations, or operate from home. thus, it needed to be adaptable, and ergonomic. once constructed on top of any table, an adjustable monitor platform allows users to change the height of their screens to their preferences. along with these features, the team believed that it was necessary for the product to neatly fold into a carry case for easy transport.

peter moore james moore nick roseby zestdesk standing desk
the desk can handle up to a 27-inch monitor

 

 

 

at the beginning on the process, the company explored the potential of plastic framework and, due to strength and stability issues, soon moved towards aluminum. there are considerable stresses when a unit is at full extension and they are proud to have developed a system that can take considerable weight without wobbling. as a result, the structure uses the lightweight metal in the shape of extruded chassis beams, die cast-corners and hinge components, all of which have been anodized. meanwhile, the top surface consists of high grade laminate, a material used in most workplace decor, to ensure that the desk fits into any setting. in all, the furnishing weighs less than 5.5kg (12 lb) making it comfortable to bring anywhere. the project is currently looking for funding on kickstarter here.

peter moore james moore nick roseby zestdesk standing desk
work from the kitchen table

peter moore james moore nick roseby zestdesk standing desk
the structure can handle a person’s bodyweight

peter moore james moore nick roseby zestdesk standing desk
hunching over a laptop at a box

peter moore james moore nick roseby zestdesk standing desk
perfect posture with a monitor stand

peter moore james moore nick roseby zestdesk standing desk
anodized aluminium finish

peter moore james moore nick roseby zestdesk standing desk
neatly packs away for use in small spaces

peter moore james moore nick roseby zestdesk standing desk
optional bag to help carry to the next work space

 

 

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.

  • Guys, this is the most unpractical solution for your problem staying all day on your desk.
    Now I have also to carry around the table that I should use ? Because my computer is not already heavy enough… .. And this huge bag. And can you immagine wile working you have to clear your desk and start to build this little table ?! Or first thing in the morning ? no thanks.
    What about buying good office chairs and table that adjust their height? We want quality in products that hold in time.
    Sorry another thing, in the movie when you guys say that it doesn’t wobble it is actually wobbling..

    Ah.. don’t compare this table to apple design, you just hurt your self.

    Anselmo says:

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