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The Borrod Table by Line Depping Keeps Tidy Working Stations

 - Jan 29, 2012
References: linedepping.dk & designyearbook
With so many gadgets, cables and papers laying around tables, it's difficult to maintain desks organized and free of clutter, which is why the Denmark-based studio Line Depping created the Borrod Table. This multifunctional surface is both a table and a storage unit.

The designers at Line Depping wanted to play with concepts such as order versus disorder, which led them to design a furniture piece that incorporates both ideas at once. The Borrod Table has a storage compartment that can be accessed through the counter's sliding top. This storage space consists of a yellow screen where users can easily keep their working materials, and thus, avoid untidy working stations.

The Borrod Table is a useful desk that helps users work more efficiently and in an organized space.