The Blidu desk design by Tom Schuster has a gorgeous form that is not flat like the average work desk. Instead of a flat surface, the top of the desk has a rocky surface, forming a perfect landscape that's full of nooks, slots and drawers for tech devices like USBs, tablets, laptops and cords. Cherrywood was chosen for the desk because of its distinctive grain, which highlights all of the dips and ridges in the desk's surface.
Schuster created the design using 3D software, which is what gives the table its unusual form. If you're someone who spends many hours in front of a computer, sitting at the desk is almost like being outside, without the glare. Unfortunately for now, it's only a concept.
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