SAN FRANCISCO / UNITED STATES
The young designer Christoph Andrejcic has published in different portals the thesis of his master's degree in industrial design. It's called Uplus and it's a desktop. In fact, it is the 21st century desktop. It is designed and designed in its entirety to work in a coworking environment and culture. It is a holistic approach to creating better work experiences with the user at the center of the vision.
Andrejcic's theory is that furniture and technology are essential parts in an office work environment. But while technology has evolved at an extraordinary rate, furniture has hardly changed.
His proposal is precisely to integrate the technology into the furniture. This has created an adjustable, easily scrollable height table that includes power systems, screens that can be embedded or removed from the same furniture and wireless charging devices. The result is a work area that induces work. Uplus has already captivated thousands of professionals and is in the process of manufacturing.