I'm in the planning stages of building a new corner desk. I've started by measuring the corner of the room and planning the size, but I'm not sure what's the best way to mount it right now..
Width of L two legs: 60cm (23.622")
length of L the two legs: 272cm and 162cm (107" and 63")
material of the desk: 3 to 6 cm of plywood (1" to 2.5")
monitors will be wall-mounted
Another way of building the desk is using 1cm (or 1.5cm) pipe (round or square, not sure yet), and place a 1.5cm layer of plywood over that.
Mounting surface details:
the walls are brick (around 30cm / 11.8") with some hollow spaces in them
the corner behind the monitors is a load-bearing, concrete with rebar (hope that is the right term of concrete with huge steel beams in it)
the right wall has a window with an inside ledge
above the window is also a load-bearing beam made of concrete with rebar
I was thinking of mounting two pieces of wood or metal to the walls, to create a lip the desk can rest on and a few L-shaped metal pieces that will hold the desk and prevent it from warping.
Am I on the right track? Thank you!