Published at Saturday, March 10th, 2018 - 22:17:23 PM. Desks. By Edouard Auberjonois.
Desks with Superstructure: very popular in Victorian times and earlier. These desks - which take many forms, Dickens desks, bankers desks, roll top desks, Carlton House Desks etc - have a raised structure at the back of the desk with drawers, small cupboards or pigeon holes for stationery. Many of these desks were designed to stand against a wall and have a relatively plain or even unfinished rear elevation. Some desks have flat writing surfaces, some have raised writing slopes with storage underneath - those with the slope are becoming popular again since the slope provides an ideal "work station" for a laptop computer.
Modern office desk systems are also making the best use of these open plan work places. Call Centre Desk systems are arranged in 'pods'; small clusters of between three and eight desks arranged in a circular unit with a shared, central communications hub. These desks, although small, offer excellent value for money. The main disadvantage is the small desk area which is ideal where computer screens are linked to a central network processor but they are not so practical if each workstation has its own stand-alone computer hardware.
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