The Space-Saving OneLessOffice

When you work at home you don’t always have the possibility of using an entire room for this. Usually you try to fit a desk and a chair in the bedroom or wherever you have some free space. With OneLessOffice it gets easier and easier to do that. Of course, this office furniture series was also designed to be comfortable and functional, not just small and space-saving.

OneLessOffice is an innovative furniture set composed of OneLessDesk, OneLessStand, and OneLessFile. These three sleek pieces of furniture are all you need in an office. The best part about the is that, when not used, they can all fit in a very small space. It’s because they are basically thee nesting tables and a file box. They each fit underneath the bigger one and they result in a vary compact composition.

Of course, it’s also true that nowadays computers have gotten smaller and sleeker and that we no longer need everything we used to have in our desk. Now everything is wireless and digital so it was about time office furniture got an update too. OneLessOffice is a collection of very simple and very functional pieces that are also very beautiful and chic. Moreover, a special edition is also available: in metal. OneLessOffice ships in one box that measures 39 x 31 x 13in (99 x 79 x 33cm).



Published by in Office Design Ideas, on July 6th, 2012

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