Victorian Steampunk Desk: Made from bits and pieces of Victorian material, four different craftsmen took 6 months to design the desk, restore and modify the antiques, and later install the computer systems. It comes with all-in-one workstation desk wiht fully integrated electronics including 3 monitors, computer, printer, and more.
Chaise Lounge Desk: Designed by Roberta Ramme, this multifunctional chaise-longue comes with a flat screen, DVD and a music system along with a computer desk in its front.
Treadmill Desk: This walkstation integrates treadmill and desk to keep you moving while you work.
K Workstation: This space saving desk's folding curved shape creates shelving and desk space within one working unit.
Vision One Computer Desk: It can be used as a computer chair, flight simulator, cad workstation, video editing workstation, sound editing workstation, personal movie theater, and more.
The Reindeer Desk: The Reindeer Desk by Kozynets resembles the shape of a deer.
The Wavedesk: This cool desk is the creation of Robert Brou, Georgia-based designer and craftsman.
The Briefcase Desk: This briefcase desk is beautiful and functional where the structure is the storage space, with convenient drawers of various dimensions.
The Hexa Desk: Designer Can Yalman designed this hexagonal form desk; it uses the carbon framework for sculptural desk.
Kinzo Air Table: This angular desk design by Kinzo Architecture comes with a futuristic shape, comes with a hole for cables, the desk works as a single piece and as an extension to the double workstation.
The Frank Desk: The Frank desk by designer Slater features a flip up light that shows a small colorful drawer and hollowed out section.
Kickstand Desk: The Kickstand desk creates a way that someone could ride at work.
Envelop Desk: The Herman Miller's Envelop desk features an "infield" " that slides and pivots to support your forearms and wrists and allows for a more comfortable posture.
Perch Desk: This elevated desk and chair combo by S Dennehy, emphasizes good learning habits by encouraging good posture.
Duplex Workspace Desk: This creative workstation designed by Sophie Kirkpatrick comes with a retractable hooded covering that provides the privacy needed to concentrate on the task.
Steelcase School Desk: This school desk combines a chair, a writing surface and storage; all in one mobile unit.
Desk by Rafael Morgan: Designed by Rafael Morgan, the desk creates the illusion that it may fall down, but the fact is its very steady. In each of its legs there is a fixed metal piece, covered by movable cubes.
Treasury Table: Designers from Process created this cool desk; it comes with different sized drawers (from small to A2 format) while the translucent mat surfaced glass keeps the thing unseen underneath.
Kkanapetko Desk: Designed by Krassi Dimitrov, this tiny desk transforms into a workstation; it has 3 drawers on either side, a drawer for printer/scanner, extendable cable and stereo speakers to connect your music players.
Drawer Bag: This unusual desk designed by Jung-Ah Kim comes with a briefcase space instead of the regular drawers. Though it may be little inconvenient for usage but at the end of workday you can just pull the drawer/briefcase and go.
Honeycomb Desk: This multifunctional table is composed from a number of hexagonal elements, reminds us of a honeycomb.
Sync Desktop: Gareth Battensby's Sync desk concept includes a foldable screen, keyboard and mouse, scanner, built-in USB hub, storage space for CDs and stationary.
XYZ Computer Desk: In this desk concept, all the computer components and cables are placed within the thickness of the desk. And for upgrading simply flip open the desk lid.
Ci Mobile Desk: The Ci Desk described as a "home office on wheels" unfolds into a small workstation for notebook usage.
Scooter Desk: It comes from Utilia Design, and is best suited as a mobile touchdown station.
ReStyle by Howlett: These multiple pieces of furniture can be configured for usage in numerous ways.
DC-9 Airplane Desk: This DC-9 T Stabilizer Wing Desk is available in lengths of 8 feet up to 20 feet for conference rooms, reception areas, etc.
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