Forming the Border Desk by Juhui Cho Conceals Messes, Promotes Privacy

By: Meghan Young - Published: Aug 6, 2013 • References: design-milk
Aptly titled, the Forming the Border Desk certainly does form a clear border between work and home life. For those who work out of their home, this could be a very important distinction. Yet no matter how important, it is also a hard one to balance. This piece of furniture makes it much easier.

Designed by Juhui Cho, the Forming the Border Desk takes on a cabinet-like look. When opened, in place of shelves and knick knacks, it is a full-blown workstation. When closed, however, it is a clean and simple cupboard. What makes the design even more practical is the fact that when open, it forms a sort of privacy bubble as well for better concentration.

Made out of a wooden frame and PCV paneling, the Forming the Border Desk is genius. Stats for Cabinet-Like Workstations Trending: Older & Average
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