To meet the needs of a new mobile workforce, this RV interior was modified to serve as a mobile workstation for a pair of designers as they travel across the country. The clients needed a space for two people to work daily that was comfortable, lightweight, and would blend into their motorhome. Originally, this space contained a freestanding dinette table.
After the original dinette was removed, the space was redesigned to seamlessly incorporate professional workstations for two people.
The clients wanted a unique, custom top for the desk. A zebrawood veneer was chosen that would create a striking design statement while balancing weight and cost concerns. The lower part of the desk was stained cherry to match the existing cabinetry and give the impression that the piece is original to the motorhome.
The old television was removed and replaced with a flatscreen TV built into a hinged panel. The free cabinet space was converted to house the computer workstations and large format printer. This new space was also fitted with hidden cooling fans and network components.
This new design met the needs of the clients for a functional, lightweight and aesthetically interesting workspace that blends seamlessly into the original interior.