David Sieren Dual-Sided Work & Dining Surface

David Sieren Dual-Sided Work & Dining Surface

Gregory Han
Jul 16, 2010

David Sieren is a graphic designer and member of the Post Family. He's shared some design illustrations showing how to optimize his ideal workspace, illustrating a dual-sided work surface designed to slide from one side of the wall for working and to the other for dining on the other side when work hours are finished!

"After evaluating my current live/work space, I decided to re-think the most problematic (and most fundamental) area I deal with on a day-to-day basis: my desk. The proposed solution is a simple, multi-tiered sliding work surface that can accommodate a variety of dramatically different working styles, a litany of projects in various stages of development and mundane day-to-day activities – all while retaining the ability to completely disappear when not in use."

Originally published at Lifework by Cerentha Harris

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