After some nail-biting, back to work….

Things were strangely slow for a bit, now all’s well, and thoughts of work can keep me awake, instead of thoughts of no work.

Here’s a recent piece, for a friend who does primo graphic work – the wood tray pulls out and then tilts down to accept a drawing tablet or laptop – by eliminating the usual metal hardware, we were able to get a work surface without a lip protruding above , and still have about 2 cm of clearance so the tablet can stay on the tray as it gets pushed closed – yeah, that’s hard to follow i know – so feel free to drop a line if you are curious.

All photos: Dean Palmer.

Narra and white laminate work desk for a graphic designer.

Narra and white laminate work desk for a graphic designer.

 

Narra and white laminate work desk for a graphic designer.

Narra and white laminate work desk for a graphic designer.

 

 

The hardware box, keeps the wire-y stuff outa sight, doubles as a monitor stand.

The hardware box, keeps the wire-y stuff outa sight, doubles as a monitor stand.

 

 

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