The ThinkingWall® Desk is a whiteboard table that offers a stable and substantial work area set at either sitting or standing height. The mix of exposed end grain plywood, white gloss finish and steel offer a clean and ultra modern feel which will sit well in a variety of industrial and scientific working environments, offices and schools.
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High quality surface
We use our premium ThinkingWall panel to create a high quality drywipe desk top writing surface. The surface works the same as a standard writing board, but in a table format.
Practical and contemporary
The standard finish of exposed end grain plywood contrasted with the gloss white surface and sturdy steel legs lends a contemporary look and feel. The large work area, which also features a central hole for cables, is practical and stable.
The steel legs are also available in other colours to suit your design scheme, just ask for details.
ThinkingWall® whiteboard tables are available in custom sizes to suit your environment. Choose from a square shape for a roomy shared desk, or a rectangular shape that you can reconfigure to a long table or square as required.
Standing height desk
At standing height the desk top whiteboard design encourages collaborative meetings moving people away from their individual space to engage in conversation. The ThinkingWall® drywipe Desk provides scope for a break in routine and promotes a variation in working position and posture. It is a more spontaneous on-the-fly medium for whiteboard based visual thinking and formal stand-up meetings.
The standing height whiteboard desk is also ideal for use in a laboratory, studio or other environment where an elevated seating position is usual.
At sitting height it offers a stable work space with the ability to write notes directly on to the desk surface. Ideal for note taking during phone calls, written reminders and messages. Different leg heights are available and the desk top can be produced in custom sizes if required.
The seated whiteboard desk works particularly well as part of a modern classroom design to enable collaborative and reciprocal learning.