Anything is possible; however, I would not recommend this:
The workstation's NIC will not provide power over Ethernet. This will require you to use local AC/DC power bricks. Unless you plan on putting a UPS at every desk, this would eliminate the phone's ability to stay up during a power failure for emergency calls.
You are relying on the workstation to be turned on and Windows (or whatever OS) to act as a bridge into the data VLAN. If the PC is off or having difficulty, your phone will now suffer with it.
You will not be able to put the phone into a separate voice VLAN.
The cost of fiber SFPs, the additional power requirements, and lower port densities makes this a financially unjustifiable decision.
If you are looking for speed, Gigabit Ethernet will perform just fine.
If you are looking for electromagnetic interference avoidance, shielded twisted pair will solve this.
If you are looking for distance coverage, adding remote switch closets will solve this.
Fiber patch cables are much more susceptible to damage which will increase your support desk calls.
I'm always glad to hear when customers say "budget is not an issue"; however, don't waste money. I can think of a dozen other things to invest in instead of fiber to the desk.
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