Office Desk. Tuesday , August 28th , 2018 - 08:25:52 AM
The Life Desk. This desk was born out of the desire to minimize the danger of hiding under a desk during an earthquake. Designer Haishan Deng wanted to create a desk based on the “Triangle of Life” principle that would be able to protect people in case of an earthquake. Made from high strength steel and nylon board, it also has a side structure made from molten steel.
The Lane Desk. This desk is based on clarity and functionality. The Lane Desk, designed by Jehs and Laub, seems to be made from one single piece of solid wood and a drawer unit. The modular storage unit supports the main structure and offers a contrasting design that is also functional.
The Kkanapetko Desk. A desk that transforms from a tiny working surface into a two or three person workstation. Versatility stands at the base of this design by Krassi Dimitrov. With 3 drawers on either side, a drawer for printer/scanner, extendable cable and stereo speakers to connect your music players, the KKanapetko Desk unfolds for more work space and has cool features that make it awesome.
The Off-the-wall Desk. A simple method for space saving – the Off-the-wall Desk – was designed by MASH Studios and is part of a collection entitled The LAX Series. The desk attached to the wall makes legs useless and gives an alternative for small spaces. It also looks great and has a sliding part that hides the drawers.