Office Desk. Wednesday , July 11th , 2018 - 10:18:09 AM
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.
The Kinzo Air Table. Kinzo Architecture played with futuristic shapes to give this particular desk its form and visual appeal. An angular design gives it the appearance of a minimalist space ship. Sharp edges and a clean design, combined with the purity of white, gives the Kinzo Air Table its charm. Equipped with a hole for cables, the desk works as a single piece or it can double to become two desks.
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 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.