Office Desk. Friday , August 17th , 2018 - 18:00:14 PM
The Wave Desk. Robert Brou, designer and craftsman, created the undulating Wave Desk with the help of a new technique of slicing the wood. Two towers of sliced wood support a large poplar surface. Drawers and a pull out work surface were built in the design.
Le Orchidee Desk. Astonishing in every detail, Marc Fish`s Le Orchidee Desk was inspired by a desk with the same name from Musee d`Orsay. What seems to be a seamless tambour roll top is actually made from veneered canvas layered upon strips of wood.
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 Studio Desk. This desk was made for a clutter free environment. The minimalist design doesn`t allow interference with any kind of disorganized space. A storage space built into the surface of the desk allows for peripherals and cables to be hidden. Mahogany wood and faux leather were used to build it and a beautiful design makes the StudioDesk a desirable piece of furniture.