The left and right sides of the UNDA Lotus Desk are certainly not in aesthetic agreement, but this should not detract from the stylistic intrigue that it possesses. Whether or not the piece conforms to your personal taste, the anomalous amalgamation of its form can be appreciated for the concept that inspired it.
Designer Ricardo Silva strove to embed an idea in this escritoire of the magical transition between the seasons. From one end to the other, the winsome workstation blossoms, as if out of the frozen winter and into the flourish of spring. A bulky and abstract mass makes up a hefty portion of the UNDA Lotus Desk and abruptly it becomes an elegant double-drawer writing table with gracefully curving legs.
Style Fusion Furniture
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Slightly Asymmetrical Workstations
Ascendable Timber Escritoires
Contemporary Quilted Carrels
Stacked Cabinet Tables
Flipped Top Tables
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