Posts tagged as 'desk'
‘OS-F’ desk by Oliver Conrad
It’s the thoughtful extras that make ‘OS-F’, a desk by designer Oliver Conrad, special. A cutout in the desktop lets cables, for desk lamps, computers and other devices, disappear. An internal cable collector provides enough space for a long power strip or power supplies.
The side view of CHANGE’S T-foot model gives no indication that its height is adjustable
CHANGE represents a new generation of adjustable-height office desks and conference tables whose development has emphasized exemplary functionality, versatility and, most notably, a focus on design. (by Ulrich Büttner)
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Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.01.2014 - Tagged as: desk, tables
‘Oxymoron’ desk by Anna Lotova
It was while working on her thesis project that architect Anna Lotova began searching for the light-hearted, hidden humor in every material and medium, says she “I was trying to give space to the natural behavior of materials, while looking for contrasts in shape, color and material.” The result, ‘Oxymoron’, is a desk composed of two alcantara-covered layers of foam placed between plywood sheets forming a “toolbox” to store documents, objects and technical devices.
‘The private desk’ by Theresa Arns
‘The private desk’ is a desk to store the items that we use to take care of ourselves says Danish designer Theresa Arns, “in the context of a dressing table and to work with our mind, in the context of a writing desk.”
Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.06.2013 - Tagged as: Chad Wright, desk, USA
‘Integral’ desk by Studio Chad Wright
Studio Chad Wright’s ‘Integral’ desk integrates a wooden writing surface with a long open shelf by sandwiching an anodized sheet of aluminum in between the desk’s mitered top and legs.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.04.2013 - Tagged as: desk, Xavier Lust
‘Hold on’ desk and shelves by Xavier Lust for Gispen
Xavier Lust’s ‘Hold on’ is a modular desk and shelving system for tight spaces that uses a wall for support.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.02.2013 - Tagged as: desk, executive desk
‘Torque’ desk by Alessandro Isola and Supriya Mankad for I M Lab
‘Torque’, a twisting take on a traditionally formal product, is Alessandro Isola and Supriya Mankad’s desk “transformed into a dynamic spatial object in tension with the straight walls of the space it occupies.
‘Maya’ desk by James Melia for Dare Studio
The latest addition to the Brighton-based furniture brand Dare Studio‘s collection, the pared-down design of this solid-wood ‘Maya’ desk was developed by UK-based designer James Melia. Launched earlier this year during London Design Festival in September, the highly-sculptural piece features a large concealed drawer and two ‘secret’ storage units and is available in variety of materials and finishes such as American black walnut or white oak or ash with an optional timber or Corian top. (more…)