When creative ideas strike, the creator must follow. In this case, French 3D artist and illustrator Benoit Challand imagined an “alphabet” of open office concept that extends the perspective we have on cubicles in the workspace. Typography was the main design element – each desk maintains storing spaces, partitions, desk space and shelves, all seen as part of a large-scale letterform. This collection was gathered under the name Fold Yard and Benoit Challand is proud of how this subtle design turned out. When viewed from above, the succession of animated office desks reveal their typographic nature.
Do you prefer these smartly-designed typographic office desks to plain old cubicles?
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