This is a feature all desks should ideally include. Height-adjustable desks are more practical and functional and allow you to control the height at which your desks stands in case, for example, you’re taller than usual or in case you one day want to work while standing as opposed to in a chair. The best way to get this feature is with a custom design but there are also lots of great existing designs and desks to choose from.
Atelier is a desk designed by Team7. It has an adjustable height in 5 increments from 68 cm to 81 cm high. Its rough appearance and the fact that it looks like a workbench give it a rather rustic allure and but don’t let this fool you. The desk is more modern than it suggests.Available for £1,540.00.
The XTable comes from the Holmris furniture company and was designed by KiBiSi. What’s interesting and cool about its design is that the height-adjustable desk is powered manually so while you’re making it comfy you’re also burning a few calories the old-fashioned way.
Modern, minimalist and shaped like a pebble, the KEI workstation has a modular and flexible design allowing two or more pebbles to be fitted together in numerous different ways. Lightweight ways can be used to separate the workstations for more privacy. The adjustable-height model allows users to customize the desk using a lever.Available on site.
With its user-friendly design and adjustable height, Actiu invites you to improve your concentration and productivity by working standing up for a few hours a day which can also have a positive effect on your health as well. The desk was designed by Javier Cunado.
Mtoo is a computer desk with a rectangular top and a super sleek and simple design. It includes a series of really nice extra functions such as the individual height adjustment and the carpet which allows users to kick off their shoes and feel more comfortable while working. The desk can also be customized thanks to its flexible design.
Meet “UP”, a classy, bossiness-oriented work table with adjustable height that allows users to work for a standing or sitting p position and to have total control over their workstation. It’ available in three different types: the manual mode with step-by-step button, the manual mode with crank handle and the electric-operated mode.Available on site.
It may look like a 5th grader’s desk but it’s actually pretty amazing. We’re talking about Jarvis, a desk that boasts 26” of height adjustment with a top height of 51”, a discreet, telescoping cross bar which can support tops ranging from 44 to 82” wide and a variety of easy to use features such as the LED push-button handset.Available for $739.
Airtouch also enables multiple working postures and has a simple and chic design. It requires no electric power and the up/down adjustment is activated using only two fingers on the handle. The height of the desk ranges from 27” to 43”. It can only be used in conjunction with SlatRail so keep that in mind when planning the whole design.Available for $1469.
This whole desk is made of parts from IKEA: two sawhorses and a steel top. You can make your own using two Vika Artur trestles and any top you want with a flat wood or steel surface. The really nice thing is that you can adjust the height however you want.
When developing the ArchiMeda design, Alberto Meda wanted to design a manager’s desk that’s simple and well-conceived to simplify and improve everyday life. The result was this great piece: a height-adjustable desk which offers sitting and standing options and which has a wood veneered table top which rests on the scissor lifting mechanism. The height can be adjusted electronically.