A fresh S-Desk 22 awaiting some stand up hustle. Pictured at the very nice Grant Thornton coworking space in Milton Keynes, UK. You can get yours direct from us. Link in bio
Work begins on our new workshop. A heck of a lot of remedial work to do and then fully lining and insulating to keep our precious stock in tip top condition. The 70 year old Crittall windows and the crumbling render is a challenge but these old military buildings reveal stories with every layer you strip back. A fine place to be
Side profile of our S-Desk 22 standing desk converter with a 27″ iMac on top. For the upwardly mobile creative professional, it’s a perfect match
We like to put a hand written note in all our deliveries but I must confess my German is terrible so had to rely on Google Translate for this one. I hope it doesn’t offend
I love CNC manufacturing but when using round mill bits, pocket holes are necessary for carving out interior shapes for component interfaces. Although not ugly, the pocket holes can ruin clean lines and always seem like a compromise. So I’ve been exploring ways of making them appear more attractive and integrating them into the design. I see lots of opportunity here for some very nice corners and joints in our furniture. Will need lots of physical testing to make sure there is no structural issues, but I have hopes that I can banish visible pocket holes from all our future work
Our LaStand laptop riser and tablet stand is proving very popular and comes with its own carry bag and folds down completely flat for when you’re on the move. You can get 10% off on our website right now. Great for MacBooks
Wowee! We have now sold out on amazon.co.uk of all our S-Desk 22 standing desk converters. While we make more to send to Amazon you can still get one from our reserve stock, direct from our website. With 10% off (while stock lasts). Thank you to all our amazing customers so far. Happy standing
Super stoked to be featured in the lovely Salon Interiors magazine @salon_press amongst a collection of very nice things for the home office
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal, it is the courage to continue that counts.” When at his home, Winston Churchill wrote and worked at a standing desk that was given to him by British statesman Benjamin Disraeli, who like many of his Victorian generation preferred to be on their feet whilst writing.
Despite smoking 10 cigars a day Churchill lived until he was 90 years old.
Standing and working can strengthen your lower back, improve your posture and enhance your mental focus. It certainly worked for Winston!
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