Flexible Workstation

Flexible Workstation
Design

This flexible piece of office furniture can be used by anyone from a child to a fully grown adult.

Andrew Vaterlaus-Staby
  • 31 october 2012

Danish design firm KiBiSi has developed a crank-operated desk to accommodate users’ preferred working position.

Developed in a collaboration between the Danish furniture company Holmris and design firm KiBiSi, the XTable splits the difference between traditional desks and the growing trend in standing workstations.  Manually operated by a hand crank — much like an old-fashioned carjack or ironing board — XTable is easily adjusted to accommodate any height, from a seated child to a fully standing adult.

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