This last-minute addition to a home in Kentfield, Calif. was created to make an ideal spot for the proprietor’s kid to do homework without using an excessive amount of floorspace. Rather than building a desk which could occasionally be too large or too small, the steelworkers, architect, builder, and interior designers inscribed on a desk which may correct in size and easily fit beneath a loft ladder.
The ladder leads to a sofa and press centre for your son. One of its rungs supports the desk.
A lower part of the desk swings outside for more workspace. When it’s no longer desired, the extension can tuck back beneath the upper portion (and eventually be a great location to store a laptop or computer keyboard ).
Additional rungs in the ladder were extended to make built in bookshelves.
The entire structure is made of steel to supply ample support while maintaining the design open and minimal.
Contractor: Upscale Construction
Steelwork: Adrian Burns Design & Fabrication
Architect: Buttrick Wong Architects
Interior Designer: Agins Interiors
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