It seems like I’ve been posting a lot of school work up here lately! Classes have been really picking up for me so it’s been a bit easier throwing some projects up that I already have digital copies of. (Though I’ve just scanned a bunch of sketches for this post.)
This is a project we worked on in class a few months ago. We were to create a podium for a standard classroom environment, with enough room for a monitor, desktop computer, keyboard, mouse, and everything else needed for day to day instruction.
I tried to create a modular system that allowed shelves to be added or removed depending on how many were needed. Each shelf has a cutout on the back right side to allow for computer cords to pass through, bundling them neatly.
Check out the thumbnails below to see a few of my ideation sketches. Some of them were pretty fun to come up with!
This final image shows the keyboard tray extended. I left the computer hardware un-rendered in the first image to bring a bit more attention to the podium itself, so I decided to render it all in the image below.