“At first glance, Kabinett looks like a regular cabinet but it has built-in features that allow it to be transformed into an entirely different piece of furniture. The innovation lies in its function. You get a work table that can be raised and lowered from a piece of furniture that doesn’t look like a table. I’ve placed great emphasis on making it both aesthetically pleasing and ergonomic. Your body shouldn’t be in pain because you’re working from home,” says Alexander Lervik, designer.
Kabinett comes in three different formats: Basic, Laptop and Screenlift, which each have an adjustable table top that can be raised and lowered, and functionality that allows you to close the work down at the end of the working day by hiding the computer, screen and other work tools. The table height is 69 cm instead of the standard height of 73 cm, so shorter people can also work in a comfortable position. The piece is designed to take up as little space as possible in a room, while maintaining work comfort.
“Working from home is not just a temporary solution and therefore the goal has been to develop a piece of furniture that blends in with the rest of the room. You should be able to sit and work in the most attractive place in the home, in front of a window or in the middle of the living room,” says Lervik.