The Litho Desk Brings Formal Flair to the Commonly Bland Bureau

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 30, 2013 • References: thibault-desombre & dezeen
Just because the nature of your work is boring, that doesn't mean that the appearance of your workstation must follow suit. The Litho Desk has a whimsical quality that brings a touch of playfulness to the table.

Cabinetmaker Thibault Desombre gave his contemporary example of office furniture four lumber legs with steel cross-bracing for stability. On one side, the Ligne Roset product has a small wooden surface with an integrated drawer; the other side is a painted and satin-lacquered panel that serves as a more generous tabletop extension.

With these unique and abstract features, the Litho Desk offers a bit of storage, a slight wrap-around edge for its sitter and a pair of separate desktops for helping you to arrange your stationery and electronics. Stats for Quirky Asymmetrical Escritoires Trending: Older & Mild
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