In the place of a desktop computer, the Pop-Up Desk offers its user the setup to carry out a number of tasks and provides him with several tools for ensuring that his work is well organized. This piece of furniture cannot compete with your hi-tech devices in many ways, but it can keep the hard copy version of your life in order.
Emilie Cazin's kooky lumber escritoire sits passively with its top closed and its protruding connected cubby sticking forward. You may choose to work on it this way, or rather after you've opened it up like a laptop. Immediately the cubby becomes a vertical slot for documents, a new writing surface is revealed and a clever hidden cabinet provides extra storage space in the L'Edito Pop-Up Desk.
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Slightly Asymmetrical Workstations
Stacked Cabinet Tables
Flipped Top Tables
Gently Angled Escritoires
Crisply Crafted Escritoires