A short article in two parts, serving two sectors. But the theme being elevated here is serving both sectors rather well. That’s only if the stakeholders in positions of responsibility have taken it upon themselves and their businesses to utilize l shaped office desks as an important component of their production inventory. To see the significance of this, simply utilize the most basic math skills you have without resorting to your calculators or counting on your fingers.
There is absolutely no need for that. Perhaps logic serves you well here. If you can, stand these two desks alongside of each other. On the one side, you have one single desk with just a few desk drawers and maybe a bit of filing space, but nothing more. This is not an exaggeration because that’s the limitation of the single desk. It has little space to spare. It will be perfectly ideal for the home user who wants nothing more than to sit at his desk and compose his notes in his secluded space.
Then on the other side of the room, you have the L shaped desk. It is ideal for both office and studio spaces. Office managers and their staff have more than enough space to file all important documentation that needs to be close to hand at all times. Also, the desktop can be kept relatively clean and sparse on most occasions. This encourages better organization all around. The advantage works equally well for creatives and their studios.
With their best technologies right in front of them, they have space to lay out their hard copy designs. They also have space to store design and theory material that they would wish to keep close by in order to inspire them with new design ideas.