You can break the world of workstations down into specific types, from study carrels and escritoires to keyboard-accommodating computer desks and drafting tables. This concept for X-Y-Z Office Furniture attempts to reach out to all different kinds of professionals by providing a customizable experience that can be suited to a slew of different duties.
It looks as though Seyit Ali Guzel and Kaan Aser have created an object that expands from flat. Slender angular footings offset the heaviness of the table's thickly angled underside. A long but shallow recessed drawer provides ample storage space for drawing and writing materials and thinner electronics while a smooth surface along the front functions as a keyboard tray. Finally, X-Y-Z Office Furniture features a flexible panel of light that moves 180 degrees around the tabletop and beyond.