Shelf of Tables is perfect for busy designers, wheelchair users, families, or co-working spaces.

Design graduate Matej Chabera had to make the most of the limited working space he had while attending the Royal College of Art, which is why he came up with the Shelf of Tables. The idea comprises three different desktops fitted inside an adjustable shelving unit, which makes it easy to move between different projects without taking up an excessive amount of space. It's could also be a great way to move between a standing and sitting desk without having to own both.

Made from solid ash, chosen for its strength and pleasurable texture, the desk system uses standard ball-bearing runners to pull the desks out, while an adjustable counter-weight makes sure the unit doesn't topple over. There are three different counterweight positions, each which offers a different setup. Apart from individuals with a lot of work, families, and co-working spaces, the Shelf of Tables is also well-suited to wheelchair users.

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