Collaborative Desk Adapts to Laptops, Tablets and Your Meeting Schedule

Collaborative Desk Adapts to Laptops, Tablets and Your Meeting Schedule
Design

The desk of the future remembers your preferences and syncs with your team's calendar

Eva Recinos
  • 10 february 2016

With many offices opting for an open-floor layout versus individual cubicles, it only makes sense that creatives would experiment with the standard desk design.

CEO and founder David Mata and his team at Pynk Systems want to improve the office space, specifically when it comes to collaborative work. The team designed the ERGON desk to help bring together teams while allowing for individualized settings.

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