If do any work from home you want your setup to be both ergonomic and compatible with your home life.
The ergonomics of office equipment such as the monitor arm and filing systems are good but in the setting of your home your either want them to be thoughtfully integrated or easily hidden away. That’s where this Birch Ply Home Office design suggestion homes in.
– Cabinet in Birch Ply measuring 1650mm high by 800mm wide by 500mm deep
– Attached to the wall at 700mm above ground level
– When the cabinet doors are open the bottom of the cabinet is the correct height for a desk. Well actually slightly lower for ‘keyboard height’
– A monitor arm is attached to the cabinet bottom so that a 22inch monitor within the cabinet can be positioned at eye level.
– The cabinet is equipped with a pull out A4 file hanging frame
– The shelves have a generous depth for printers etc
– The cabinet has a 100mm diameter hole at the bottom for cable access
– When not in use the doors can be closed and there is no hint of the cabinet’s work function
– The wall is brick dry-lined (‘dot and dab’) with plasterboard. 180mm long concrete screws are driven through the cabinet back, through the plasterboard and void behind until a firm fixing is created in the brickwork
– The cabinet uses Rafix fixings meaning there are no external fixings visible on the outside of the cabinet