House of Finn Juhl
The Nyhavn Desk, designed by Finn Juhl. Finn Juhl is known for adding visual lightness to his designs, and the Nyhavn Desk is no exception. The desk is manufactured in different sizes and available with a veneered table top in teak, oak, walnut, Oregon pine or black linoleum, with matching wooden toes on burnished steel legs.
House of Finn Juhl
The Kaufmann Desk, designed by Finn Juhl. It was originally designed for Finn Juhl’s own home, just like many other of his iconic designs. The table is in a league of its own with an unusually refined edge profile that gives the illusion that the table top is floating above the frame. The table is almost entirely crafted by hand and manufactured in oak with a veneered tabletop in walnut with solid edges.
Man of Parts
Savignyplatz, designed by Sebastian Herkner, iis an idyllic park in a city square intersected by streets horizontally, diagonally, and asymmetrically and an ever-changing landscape of people enjoying it. Designer Sebastian Herkner’s Savingyplatz Desk reflects that dynamism in it’s multiple uses and original lines that have a sense of movement.
Man of Parts
Darling Point Desk, designed by Yabu Pushelberg. Darling Point Road curves its way through Sydney’s Eastern Bay and is home to some of the city's most impressive residences and vistas. Yabu Pushelberg’s design for the Darling Point Desk has curves and lithe lines that match the sporting spirit of Australia
The Abyss Desk expands Duffy’s depth explorations with a mesmerizing depiction of the Earth’s seabed, played out in vivid turquoise colors and grounded on stainless steel drawers. Layers of glass and wood combine to create a three-dimensional viewing canvas; the yellow-tinted wood reacts with the blue glass to produce an array of luxurious colors, offering a glimpse into the thrilling ocean depths from the comfort of your dining room! The abyss Desk is raised to office level at 75cm high on matte black plinths.
GALLOTTI & RADICE
Desk and vanity desk with curved black open-pore stained ash base and bright brass details. Wooden structure covered by leather or suede as per samples. Black open-pore stained wooden opening top and internal compartment equipped with leather or suede pad coordinated with the external upholstery.
Six monumental textured bronze legs, inspired by Brasilian modernism, raise this sumptuous desk with a curved top combining polished black lacquer with Natural Chocolate shagreen. Designed by Brazilian designer Antonio da Motta. Finishes:Natural Chocolate Shagreen, Black Lacquer, Patinated Brass
Gallotti & Radice
Soho Desk, designed by Carlo Colombo, is a versatile medium-sized writing desk that will complement any sophisticated luxe office scheme. The combination of the black open-pore lacquered solid ash with hand-knurled sides and the top is Calacatta Vagli Oro marble with two functional, grey suede-lined draws makes this a must-have for any mid century modern inspired workspace.
Malaparte Desk, designed by Stéphane Parmentier, is an elegant piece characterized by a rigorously structured geometry that simultaneously evokes a modernist spirit. It features a structure covered with Printed Calfskin Golf leather in Ivory color, while the side leg is aluminum and finished with brushed bronze. Malaparte Desk expresses the desire to re-establish leather furniture in a contemporary lexicon and a lifestyle that reconciles functionality and aesthetics.
Web Writing Desk, designed by Piero Lissoni, is a wall-mounted multipurpose supporting surface designed to hold equipment such as the TV or the stereo, to be used as a worktop for the PC or as a writing table. It is available in the wood in matt black lacquer. The top can be equipped with a cable bar and shelves.
Web Writing Desk, designed by Piero Lissoni, is a wall-mounted multipurpose supporting surface designed to hold equipment such as the TV or the stereo, to be used as a worktop for the PC or as a writing table. It is available in the wood in matt white lacquer. The top can be equipped with a cable bar and shelves.