Smart Storage are delighted to present their latest innovative home product, The 60 Second Desk. Designed and prototyped during the Covid-19 pandemic, the company’s CEO Paul Jacob wished to address the space issues caused by home working. This resulted in the creation of the 60 Second Desk which can be built and taken apart in just one minute. Read on to learn more about this fantastic, space saving product.
Creating the Perfect Home Office Space
Working remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic has turned many homes into a dual purpose environment – today, homes are not just for living, but through necessity have become a space for studying and working too. These conflicting purposes cause friction within many homes as multiple people attempt to work and study from the kitchen table.
High Quality, Sturdy Design
The 60 Second Desk addresses these issues by providing a sturdy, high-quality desk that can be built and taken apart in just one minute. It allows people to work from home without letting work take over their home, and is simple to assemble with no fittings or tools required. When the working day is complete, the remote-worker or student can simply tidy the desk away discreetly – we recommend beneath the couch or bed…or the Tallboy section of your under stairs storage unit!
Unique Design Features
Although the key purpose of the product is to provide a simple-to-assemble and space-saving desk, it doesn’t compromise on design features. Crafted from 18mm sustainable birch ply, the 60 Sec Desk is an attractive addition to your living space. The sturdy desk is designed for frequent use and provides a lacquered surface which is resistant to hot stains, as well as a convenient cable management system. Our favourite feature has to be the phone and tablet holders, making video calls and virtual meetings so much easier than before.
The 60 Second Desk is available to purchase on our website now at the special introductory price of €129 plus VAT and delivery. Click here to order your 60 Sec Desk today.
As featured on Newstalk & The Wicklow Times.