Maciek Wojcicki Workstation Perfectly Suits User Needs

By: Christina Butty - Published:   Updated: May 19 2011 • References: maciekwojcicki & dezeen
Polish designer Maciek Wojcicki designed this workstation known as the L.O.F.T. to be customizable based on demands of space and required tasks—a big idea as dwellings continue to shrink.

Made up of wood, plywood and steel, the components can be wedged, tied or hooked onto each other based on needs.

This L.O.F.T. workstation comprises work surfaces, lighting, shelving, screens, boards and other accessories.

Implications - This is the perfect way to minimize use of space due to other large pieces of furniture. Thus, this Maciek Wojcicki workstation is the perfect addition for any small home. With its ability to change, the L.O.F.T. workstation promises usability and has a sleek design aesthetic that matches the minimalist style that today's interior designers are drawn to.

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