The smaller the room you have to work with, the a lot more every piece of furniture has to count. Bulky, heavy, stationary furniture that only serves one function severely limits the performance of a space. Multipurpose or transforming pieces are the way to go – like this clever workstation by Joe Manus.
Pi Workstation is a compact desk for small spaces with a sleek look in a organic or ebony wood finish with a black, white or steel base. An extension on one end delivers further seating. That bench could be utilised for further books or show of other objects, also.
Get rid of the little bookshelf, and the desk turns into a dining table for 2. The design and style was inspired by turn-of-the-century schoolhouse desks, and is, as Manus describes it, “3.14159 choices in a single and endlessly great.”