WorkNest By Wiktoria Lenart For An Inspiring Working Environment

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The desk can easily become the one place where everything sits in a mess and you can’t always find what you need. Guiding herself based on this idea, Wiktoria Lenart created the WorkNest. WorkNest is not what you find in a usual desk. Having a wood structure and many compartments to organize one’s stuff, this can easily become one’s best friend.

Each side of the desk feature grooves, where documents, pens, pencils, markers can be held. For a visual track of important things, there are two panels with pins. Inspiration and recreations comes from the three plants that are added as a suggestion to make the space more creative.

WorkNest can definitely suit any office, coming with a fresh air, almost inviting its owner to work, as it creates such a pleasant work environment. Its look can be easily change, too, having that rear part on wheels, ready to be moved at any time.



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