Office Desk. Wednesday , July 11th , 2018 - 10:30:12 AM
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 Baobab Desk. Colourful and pretty, this desk breaks the monotony with its undulating design and modern shape. It was designed by Philippe Stark for Vitra. Created as a single piece from polyethylene case and with a polyurethane foam coating, the Baobab Desk has a fresh image suited for offices, home offices or commercial areas.
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.
The Hexa Desk. A desk with a hexagonal form will surely attract all the attention wherever it is placed. With a glass surface supported by an ultra-light carbon honeycomb framework, Can Yalman‘s Hexa desk looks as if it was teleported from the future. The sophisticated design and cool shape make this desk a piece of furniture the owner can pride himself with.