McKinsey’s research on the impact of working from home after covid says, “To determine to what extent remote working could persist after the pandemic, we analyzed its potential through more than 2,000 tasks used in some 800 professions in the eight target countries. Looking only at remote work that can be done without loss of productivity, we find that around 20-25% of the workforce in advanced economies could work from home between three and five days a week. Based on this report, online education will remain the norm since the pandemic hit our lives, and the trend appears to be continuing. With this in mind, designer Lei Wang created an ergonomic study office that grows with the child – fitting in perfectly with all the requirements of the different phases of life. The adjustable desk appears to be inspired by the AT-ST (All-Terrain Scout) walker, with its walking position mimicked in the desk legs.
Lei named the ergonomic worktable Venus Study Desk, and the cabinet is good enough for the early days of school and up to college level studies. Free height adjustment system and unique desk tilt mechanism allow the desk to grow with your child. The cool looking desk uses worm technology to operate the free height adjustment function of the table. So the user can precisely adjust the height as needed without even moving a muscle. Likewise, the inclination of the table can be changed with a simple pull thanks to the adjustment of the gas spring.
Under the tray there is a drawer to store all the essentials in an organized way. The back of the table sports a multi-functional desktop case that contains a wireless charging module to keep devices powered on. The intuitive design of the Venus desktop provides enough space to hide all cables in plain sight, which is a big plus for those with a multi-monitor setup and other peripherals. Overall, the desk is great for kids, students, and even professionals who love the customizable aesthetic – a great investment to boost your productivity for years to come.
Creator: Lei Wang