Office Desk Design Lay out

Office desk design layout is pivotal to  a good working environment here is another in the series of the good management and interior decor of your office. 

Right or Left?
Do not take your handedness for granted when planning your office. Arranging your phone, printer, fax machine, and file cabinets so your dominant hand can easily access them is an important step in creating an ergonomic office environment. If you will be sharing your office with someone with an opposite hand orientation, you may need to compromise and position your office equipment for the person who will be using it most.

Once you have established a location for your office and whose needs will need to be met in the office design, the next step is to decide which of the following layouts will be best at maximising your office spaceOff ice Desk design lay out

U-Shaped Layout:
This is a great layout for two people, where space is available. It can be used in large or small rooms, though larger rooms work better if two people will be sharing the space. You can create a U-shaped layout with two desks and a joining table or credenza, or you can buy a U-shaped desk unit.
L-Shaped Layout:
The L-shaped layout optimises floor space and workspace, by fitting conveniently into a corner of your room. L-shaped and corner desks are also ergonomically beneficial when the computer is placed in the corner of the L. From this position, supplies can easily be reached on either side of the computer without strain or need to move your chair. L shaped desks can be used for more than one person if need be.

T-Shaped Layout:
The T-shaped layout is ideal for shared office space where more than one computer will be in use. The T shape conserves space by providing individual desk areas for each person, plus shared in the middle. The middle leg of the T is a great place for a printer, fax machine or other shared equipment.Exec desk 1