Senrab is a table for dining and working in small homes, creating a healthy divide in work and life.
With populations rising and small homes becoming the best way to tackle it, people need a place to work from home that doesn’t disturb their home life. Senrab creates a healthy divide between working and living allowing them to co-exist in the same home space. A concept in demand with the increase in home workers due to Covid-19. Senrab improves productivity of home working with an adaptable workspace for two that blocks out home distractions. When closed, storing and charging work items to hide all work from a home setting helps the user relax and settle down for the evening. Inspired by Scandinavian furniture it incorporates super elliptical curves and a natural clear finish. When opened there are two work spaces with a minimal pin boards allowing the user to be creative with their space. Made from European oak and cork in batch production of 100 to be distributed across Europe. The inclusion of disassembly allows the table to be shipped easily with parts also being easily replaced.
Senrab, home, office, multinational, furniture
- Does your design take social and cultural challenges and human wellbeing into consideration?
The design helps create a divide between working at home and living at home, this allows the user to relax and fully shut down after working from home in the same space. The design incorporates natural features and super elliptical curves helping the well being of the user. Also using cork pin up board to absorb home sounds when working, whilst physically blocking out home life distractions to aid work productivity.
- Does your design support sustainable production, embodying circular or regenerative design practices?
Using local European materials and aimed to be sold in Europe the design cuts down on global travel. Such as European oak and cork.
- Does your design promote awareness of responsible design and consumption?
The design has the ability for easy disassembly by the user to aid replacement of broken parts instead of them being thrown away.
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