French and Portuguese designer Christophe De Sousa crafted the unique Bridge Desk. The designer's latest wooden furniture piece is inspired by Porto, Portugal, also known as the City of Bridges. He drew upon both the visual aesthetics and structures of the bridges in Porto and incorporated them into the Bridge desk.
The Bridge desk is crafted from either oak or walnut, and has a structure of copper metal arcs to span out the legs of the desk. The arcs by the legs are meant to imitate the arcs found of the bridges in Porto. The corners of the piece have a smooth and rounded finish to exude a soft, minimalist aesthetic.
Image Credit: Christophe De Sousa
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