The Synthesis Collaborative Desk is Made for Both Individuals and Groups

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 4, 2013 • References: coroflot & yankodesign
Students of all ages work almost as much in groups as they do individually in the classroom; the Synthesis Collaborative Desk addresses these changing seating arrangements. While pairing two traditional desks can be easy, and even four or six, odd numbers often become a headache. Nevertheless, the subtle curve in the Synthesis Collaborative Desk allow, say, five desks to take on a fan-like formation that is easy to assemble and pleasing to the eye.

Designed by Seth Moczydlowski, a student based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Synthesis Collaborative Desk juxtaposes brightly colored tops with wooden legs for a modern aesthetic that will surely inspire creativity. Stackable, durable, and lightweight, they nevertheless focus as much on function as they do on form. Stats for Modular School Furniture Trending: Older & Average
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