Although the D-Desk by Peter Donders is clearly meant for some kind of office setting, it seems so surreal and sculptural that it would almost be more appropriate to use as a centerpiece for a living or dining room instead. At the same time, however, it wouldn't look out of place in an art gallery.
The futuristic, even alienesque, aesthetic of the D-Desk by Peter Donders is owed to its sinewy, web-like details that spill over the edge and make up its strong yet strange supports. It is made out of cast aluminum feet with either a solid wood or MDF centerpiece. The aluminum legs and MDF center is available in a variety of different colors including red, white and blue.