Meh, total bullshit, is my take. ;)
Such single purpose design, which will become obsolete and dysfunctional
with the next version of the ever changing tech device market, is not
what I would call "beautifully functional".
Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.
Also, simpler is better and more versatile.
I remember at the last house that my wife wanted me to build something that
would house a number of kitchen items close to the stove in a very small
kitchen. I worked hard to come up with a design that would let her store a
number of items next to the stove, in a space just a few inches wide.
Then one day, while doing something else, I spotted a couple items in a
store. These were organizers with magnets. So I just bought them and stuck
them on the refrigerator. That took care of 75% of what I needed. A very
simple item was made for the surface and I was done.
It never occurred to me at that time that a small, inexpensive item at the
store would do the trick. Being older and wiser now, I always look out
there in the world for a solution first. And if I can't find something,
then, and only then, do I go to a design and build process.
My first computer and printer, 1986. I built a desk with a drawer to
hold the printer, specifically that printer. Had to gut it a few years
later when the 24 pin printers came out. ;~(
I'm sure glad that my walnut panel entertainment wall will eventually
accommodate a 90" flat screen when I tire of the 70"er.
By then holograms will fill the room and the wall mount for the flat
screen will be obsolete. LOL
All that means is that you're too practical. Or maybe, the table maker
lives in the here and now, not so much for the future.
In any event, it looks good but is unpractical for me too. I like my
desks to be flat for everything. I was looking at the legs and the
slab of wood, but creating all those dips and valleys, not my style.
However, think of doing it with replaceable modules that would follow the
changing device market. That way users could pay through the nose not
only for the original desk, but also everytime they got a new iToy.
Its not a new idea, but it might be the first time it would be applied
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