The clean and simple lines of the Plan Desk was inspired by architect workstations. It sports a very large drawer, so big is nearly spans the width of the desk, just below the tabletop that can store A1 prints, which most people in that professional field use. That said, the Plan Desk could easily target artists since they often use large sheets of paper and canvas as well.
Designed by James Tattersall, an industrial designer based in London, England, the Plan Desk was not made exclusively for architects. Complementing just about any space, the Plan Desk can store anything and even boasts two smaller drawers beneath the gigantic one. The desk sits on basic trestles, which can be swapped out for convenient customization, for easy transportation.
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Slightly Asymmetrical Workstations
Customizable Desk Revamps
Ascendable Timber Escritoires
Mid-Century Nelson-Inspired Workstations
Flying Office Furniture
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