Chezca is a side table that helps you to gather all the items that normally lay around when working such as laptops, tablets, mobile phones, chargers, extension cords and magazines. Designed for small spaces, it takes up minimal space and can be placed anywhere around the house. It offers three usable surfaces: 1- Top surface: As in any occasional table it provides a space for all small objects and gadgets. 2- Inclined surface: Works as a magazine rack/display, and also allows extra space to keep laptops/tablets when charging. 3- Back surface: Small hidden space to keep the wifi router at a handy place, and also works as cable organizer. Its most distinctive feature are the extension cords, an item that is revalued by designing a fun way to use these. These single cords of different lengths can be hanged easily when not in use (leaving the cords out of sight) and pulled out when in use.
APRIL 2014 - A'DESIGN AWARD WINNER
The inspiration for this product came from my own experience when working from home. Working from the sofa is not same as working from a desk, and eventually your mobile, laptop, chargers, magazines and extension cords are all over the place. The design itself came to me from the memory of my old dog Chezca, who was always barking and was always leading us fastly through the streets. From this came the idea giving this product a playful side, as well as the general outline of the table, which if seen from the side resembles that of a barking dog.