Edit: Thought I would add the website to the into post Link Well for my last year in college I am designing a desk thats aimed at other designers but also is suitable for other parts of the market. I wanted a clean looking solution that has crisp, sharp edges with an overall minimal, sleek design. I have tried to integrate a lot of a designers equipment but at the same time maintain flexibility and allow different users preferences (different users like different equipment so it was important to allow for this). I have made the desk quite large to fit a laptop, monitor and large sheets of paper on at the same time. There is an area on the desk where a monitor will stand on top of, and a keyboard and mouse will fit underneath. There are 2 high end speakers integrated into the worktop. There are 3 drawers in the worktop, The left or right will be for drawing equipment and will be organized and customizable a lot like utensil drawers in some new kitchens. Places to put different pens, pencils etc... The middle drawer is for electronic equipment as it has a 'tunnel' at the back for cables to go through. This is big enough for small form pc's, mac minis etc.. as well as graphics pads, docks, multi-plug power adapters, hard drives etc.. The other (left or right) is big enough to store a lot of A3 paper in and a laptop. The worktop is MDF which will be sealed, painted and coated in some sort of durable gloss finish, speaker grille and underneath equipment area is square perforated metal, The legs are metal and solid plastic. I haven't decided exactly on the types of metal or plastics. Also I am yet to come up with a name so if something comes to your minds please post it. I am about to make this design in school although I have had to work in certain constraints as we get marks for making it, not sending parts to a manufacturer. I have tried to show the idea from the pictures but if you have any questions or comments please ask. I wont bore your with all the details of how it will be made, components I will use or how parts work unless someone asks. I have looked into a lot of complicated ideas but in the end I believe this simple (compared to others) worked the best as a product, not a piece of bespoke furniture tailored to one person. Cheers, Luke.