Office Desk. Saturday , July 14th , 2018 - 20:15:43 PM
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 WA Desk. Designers Piero Lissoni and Marc Krusin created a very versatile desk for Knoll International. The word “Wa” means harmony and this is exactly what the desk represents. An entire range of furniture can be linked to this desk, creating an office design where the owner can play with shapes anytime, rearranging how it all looks. Ergonomic accessories called “soft parts” soften the interface between the user and the work surface.
The Slimdesk. Designer Manuelsaez turned an idea into a functional and sleek desk design. The top surface retracts to reveal storage space, instead of having drawers in which to keep things. A power strip and USB ports are hidden in one of the hollow legs. Simply beautiful, the desk makes up for the lack of drawers with ingenious features. Collect this idea
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.