The MIZA Jr. is a compact desk for musicians and anyone who spends a large part of his or her work life on a computer. Below the entire width of the tabletop is an extractable shelf that offers room f... Click To Read More About This Product
The MIZA Jr. is a compact desk for musicians and anyone who spends a large part of his or her work life on a computer. Below the entire width of the tabletop is an extractable shelf that offers room for keyboard and mouse, and also for drum machines, synthesizers or MIDI controllers as well as DJ mixers. Depending on the application, the height of that level can be set up from a minimal 5 cm to a comfortable 16 cm of useable space below the top work surface. This makes the desk attractive for a computer programmer or graphic artist, as well as a creative music producer or DJ.
Usually a work desk will have one or two screens, 24“ being today’s standard. These will have bases of different shapes and heights, taking up space and presenting obstacles to a proper listening experience. The MIZA Jr. shines with a second level below the back of the work level and removable panels that allow to place the foot of the screen(s) below the surface. The cover panels come in three segments so you can place one or two screens with the lower viewable edge at the edge of the table top. The advantages are both acoustic and aesthetic, allowing the user to route cables, power supplies and USB-hubs below the surface, leaving a clear, optimized work space. MIZA Jr is made from 18mm melamine faced chipboard with award wood edge (oak) featuring a dual cross section at the bottom for optimum stability.
The small size of the desk will fit even the smaller rooms: L x W x H = 125 cm x 70 cm x 77,6 cm. It is resolutely modern, in that large format mixers and massive outboard gear in large facilities are in many instances being replaced by computer-based outfits. Zaor pays tribute to this trend and has shed any superfluous attributes while adopting a unique flexibility that turns the MIZA Jr. into a smart companion of the contemporary creative media worker.