Drafting Desk


A reconfigurable drafting desk made of stop signs* and plywood.

Designed to accommodate a college student’s annual migration to new housing, the entire desk can be deconstructed, moved, and reconfigured to adapt to a new space.

Secured using only bolts and clamps, not one panel is screwed into, and therefore assemble and disassemble does not damage materials at all, and any panel can be substituted at any time with a different size or material (I would like to incorporate a glass surface somewhere).

Built over the summer without access to a woodshop, the entire thing was constructed with only ⅝” wrench and a hacksaw.

*In this case, stop signs refers to the perforated steel tubing often used in street sign construction.


furniture, independent