Designing The Modern Computer Desk

The SMARTdesks Quark, a computer conference table for Telepresence, Teleconferencing, Video Conferencing and Collaboration.

The SMARTdesks Quark, a computer conference table for Telepresence, Teleconferencing,
Video Conferencing and Collaboration.

2014 is here, and as we progress into the second decade of the 21st century, computer desk designs continue to changing quickly with technology innovation and office design trends. The modern computer desk must adapt to an increasingly collaborative environment and one that favors open-architecture spaces over cubicles. Desktop computer use is on the decline as mobile device usage increases steadily. Creative work environments improve productivity and foster innovation.

Within contemporary educational and office spaces, SMARTdesks strives to innovate and design creative and modern computer desks.

iGroup-Accessorized

iGroup is a reconfigurable collaboration table that offers a variety of possibilities for customization, including inset iDrawer or FlipIT options for iPad or computer.

Check out how some offices around the world have implemented their ideas of the modern computer desk here, including workstations from Google, Skype, and Twitter, among many others. Apple has even patented a ‘desk-free’ computer that operates on laser-powered projection, eliminating the need for a monitor on the desktop. And here’s a list in pictures of office trends that are on the way out in the next ten years according to HuffPost.

In your opinion…What do you think are the most important features of the modern computer desk?

 

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