The Camille Wall Desk is not only good for small spaces, it is good for people's health. Mounting onto the wall in a conveniently compact manner, it closes up to hide away "all the little crap that’s always laying around. It’s great to be able to close all that stuff away," as eloquently put by the mastermind behind it.
Designed by Glenn Ross, architect and founder of canadian firm Vurv Design, the Camille Wall Desk is a handmade workspace that functions in a modular fashion. When closed up, it looks like a large medicine cabinet. When opened, it provides a great writing surface and a series of shelving and drawers for optimal organization. Made out of wood, the Camille Wall Desk was inspired by its cantilever hinge.
Wall-Mounted Modular Workspaces
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Minimalist Geometric Shelving
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