Sleek and minimalist, the Black Desk, a name that is as simple as the design itself, brings an architectural touch to living and office settings. Despite its seemingly basic appearance, it boasts beautiful details that would enhance any space. From the asymmetrical layered surfaces to the wooden legs, the Black Desk is at once strong and stylish.
Designed by Sigurd Larsen, a Danish architect based in Berlin, Germany, the Black Desk may not be as intriguingly complex as designer's Shrine Cube, but it does address the need for furniture tailored to small urban spaces. The double layer provides a cavernous storage books, papers, knickknacks and more, keeping the upper surface clear for more important things.
The Black Desk is Made for Small Sophisticated Spaces
1. Minimalist Furniture - Creating minimalist furniture pieces with functional and attractive details enhances small urban living at reasonable costs.
2. Architectural Touch - Providing an architectural touch allows for furniture to stand out aesthetically while addressing the need for functionality in small spaces.
3. Double Layered Storage - Adding double layered storage to furniture pieces provides a creative solution for small urban living spaces.
1. Furniture Industry - Creating minimalist furniture pieces for small urban living spaces is a growing segment of the furniture industry.
2. Interior Design Industry - Utilizing furniture with unique architectural touches can provide an exciting opportunity for the interior design industry to showcase creativity and functionality simultaneously.
3. Real Estate Industry - Providing cost-effective yet visually appealing solutions for small urban living spaces can benefit the real estate industry in attracting more renters and buyers.