Designers are taking note of recent health studies and making more workstations like the Tyde Table. Since it has been determined that, at the very least, 40% of a person's day should be spent standing, height adjustable desks are becoming increasingly prevalent. The Tyde Table is an improvement on earlier attempts at this kind of modular furniture. This feature is seamlessly integrated using electric power to alternate between 65 centimeters and 125 centimeters.
Created by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Switzerland’s Vitra, the Tyde Table is sleek and modern, which cannot be said of many of the original designs. The Tyde Table also has a stylish padded screen that adds a pop of color and promotes privacy.
Private Height-Adjustable Desks
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Slightly Asymmetrical Workstations
Customizable Desk Revamps
Ascendable Timber Escritoires
Mid-Century Nelson-Inspired Workstations