The design of the Kenn Desk seems to embrace this notion of the office as a very dynamic space. With papers, books, stationery, electronics and dishes that tend to collect and clutter your work surface, doesn't it make sense to have an organized mess approach to creating this sort of moveable?
Designer Kenyon Yeh used walnut wood to build a chest of drawers with three compartments, a little shelf and a pair of individual cubbies. In only a couple of places will you see right angles formed, for the various parts of the eccentric escritoire all embody a wackiness to their separate and collective composition.
Taking a topsy-turvy appearance, the Kenn Desk balances asymmetrically on four natural feet. It integrates a fixed desk lamp to completely establish it as a focal point in any room.
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