Nested Divider Computer Tables By Dylan Freeth

Nested Divider Computer Tables By Dylan Freeth

Range Govindan
Jan 15, 2009

We have found that desk real estate is something that evaporates quite quickly in our work places, either at home or at the office. Stuff just piles up and you always need more space for newer things. Scanners, printers, computers, laptops, cameras and other devices take up a lot of space. Even though large computer desks are comfortable, they are sometimes too large to be moved around, which is why we like these desks so much. Read on to find out more.

Dylan Freeth is a London-based furniture and product designer. He came up with what he calls Divider Tables. They are a set of nested tables that are made out of aluminum. They come painted in a variety of different colors. Each table has a notched tab, just like a file folder. The tabs are great for when you want to slide out different tables for different functions. It just makes everything simpler.

This elegant and simple solution is mostly overlooked when people buy desks for their home offices. Usually, people will go for the extremely large and heavy desk. This is the complete opposite, enabling you to transform any room into an office, thanks to the nested tables. This makes it also great for when the kids are drawing or doing homework. Each child has a table with a name, making it really easy to assign them. For the home office, this is also a really nifty idea. It makes you create more desk real estate almost instantly. We think that this is a great idea ant that it will be very useful for a lot of people. [via Designboom, photos by Dylan Freeth]

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