Office Desk. Wednesday , July 11th , 2018 - 10:00:42 AM
The Max Ingrand Desk. French designer and artist Max Ingrand created this combination of art and functional design back in 1966. Still looking modern, the Max Ingrand Desk consists of a single continuous form bended into a whole seat-inclusive workstation. The stainless steel from which it was made gives it an industrial-chic look and places this desk ahead of its time.
The Rainbow Desk. Made from a combination of walnut, sycamore, elm, oak and yew, the Rainbow Desk gathers a beautiful collection of wood types in a single desk. Designed by the furniture artist Allan Lake, the Rainbow office desk celebrates the diversity of British native hardwoods. Four layered legs support the beautifully crafted workspace.
The Villa Rose Desk. Designer Francois Azambourg created this black-stained solid oak desk with minimalist lines. Beautiful features like the single solid walnut storage niche and the hand-veneered edges of the legs speak about the need to minimize materials while maximizing the design.
The Messy Desk. A messy desk is not always a bad thing. Especially if the desk itself has a messy design that makes it stand out and put a smile on your face. The Messy Desk looks like a cubic sculpture, but it does what it`s supposed to: offer a support for your writing, reading and other business related actions. Isn`t it pretty?