August 26, 2010

Henry Pilcher’s desk features a range of surface heights and trays, providing separate sections for specific items.

The concept for this piece was to design a desk that separates the clutter, creating a range of different surface heights and sizes for specific items.

The underframe of the desk is simply a structure propping up the laminated surfaces, protruding in one corner to provide support for books. Two laminated trays are imbedded into the work surface to replace the role of drawers, while the limited filing space reflects our reliance on computers.

Designed by Henry Pilcher, available through Anibou

  • Briony September 2nd, 2010 7:15 am

    Secede was part of the Workshopped exhibition

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