This IS NOT a rectangle with a standard frame (to look like every other). Alfabet Furniture has built a workstation that is designed for the urban coworking office - one where spatial and efficient aren’t buzzwords. This table features a 54’’ trapezoidal top - 24 inches on one end, slimming to 20 inches at the opposite. Features such as electronic height-control, with available finishes such as Arpa’s Fenix paper resins, and natural woods, put these workstations in an unprecedented class.
F-Work symbolizes movement in the workspace - individuals should shift position throughout their day. Alfabet’s commitment to the Urban office environment stems from the founders’ acute awareness of coworking, cost-per-square-foot, and the desire to show communities that efficient furnishings can be executed at a level of workmanship - previously unattainable without a 10,000 square foot office project (and huge budgets).
Alfabet’s drive to create a relevant sit/stand workstation is a direct response to the welcomed Urbanism that has influenced the design of cities and their surrounding areas.
“The reality is we encounter beautiful, well-designed communities everywhere that facilitate these office buildings who are lagging to make the same contributions on their interiors,” says partner Anthony McTaggart. “We believe that building furniture that can resonate efficiency, encourage social interaction, and have a sensible eco-footprint is the greatest impact we can make to better our modern workforce. We’re in this for the visionaries, the daily-grinders, the creatives - the ones that can be inspired by a workspace that was thoughtfully curated.”
The F-Work adjustable height desk can be used in coworking, libraries, and the urban office environment. It is perfect for small individual offices, as well as collaborative workspaces.
Founded in 2018, Alfabet Furniture strives to marry Dutch Design and California Love. Focused on coworking spaces, the approach is to never compromise for members, while directly addressing urban design and spatial constraint.