Box Clever's Segment Table Inspired By Tectonic Plates

Box Clever's Segment Table Inspired By Tectonic Plates

Gregory Han
May 9, 2013

How's this for a desk concept: a work surface fashioned after the tectonic plates of earthquake susceptible San Francisco. Bay Area design firm Box Clever intentionally fractured a 1/2" thick concrete tabletop into four sections to create narrow channels to accommodate and secure three desk organizing accessories across the surface...

"The low copper dish transforms into a pivoting platform for a monitor while the table's open channel allows cords to be discreetly hidden away. The long polished aluminum tray becomes a dock for a phone and tablet."

The perforated copper, brass, and aluminum storage accessories not only permit for adequate air flow to and from devices, the holes offer storage for stationery and miscellaneous items. The overall effect is a workspace with an array of customizable positioning and an easily accessible solution for cables, cords, and other elements that would otherwise distract and clutter a workspace. Beautiful.

More photos and information over at Box Clever.

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(Images: Mark Serr for Box Clever)

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