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The Oxymoron Desk by Anna Lotova Boasts a Comfy Storage Space

 - Dec 2, 2013
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The Oxymoron Desk is certainly a juxtaposition of seemingly contradictory elements. It is made up of both hard and soft bits that allow it to function as a traditional table with an added quirky detail that is just as practical, if in an unexpected way. Essentially, the Oxymoron Desk boasts a cushioned middle that has a slit for storage.

Designed by Spanish designer Anna Lotova, the Oxymoron Desk foregoes the use of drawers and shelves for something just as useful but more unique. According to the mastermind behind it, "It represents an interaction between two physically opposite materials, in which they give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another." From stationery to digital devices and more, the Oxymoron Desk can accommodate quite a lot.