Work From Home: Get Used to It, pt. 1
For when the couch or dining room chair isn't cutting it anymore…
Simple Writing Desk | HBF
Designed by OEO Studio, this desk’s design is international in flavour with clear references to American Modern and Danish Modern and even a hint of Japanese influence. It offers a slim profile and clean lines that make it unobtrusive in the home but has the functionality of a professional desk.
LW Office Chair | Okamura
Designed as an organic bridge between residential and commercial seating, the soft, contoured shape supports postures for long working sessions and the arms are at just the right height to tuck underneath tables.
Havn Table Series | Studio TK
This new offering of occasional tables complements the Havn Seating Collection, both of which are designed by Busk+Hertzog. The clean lines of the wooden legs on Havn tables visually and aesthetically harmonize with Havn lounge legs and enable the tables to work with other lounge collections or be applied to different environments to yield different outcomes.
Koko | Tayco
Part of a larger series of worktables designed by Toronto studio Fig40, this versatile minimalist laptop table, originally intended for reception and soft seating areas, is also perfectly adaptable for the home environment. The 20-metal paint colour selection provide an extra boost of personality to the already impactful aesthetic.
Brace Collection | Davis
Designed by jehs+laub, the architectural legs of this solid wood table series are the statement pieces. Constructed from either binary steam bent solid wood or dual 3/8″ angled solid steel, each leg unites at the floor and then splits into a fork which connects to the underside of the table.
Fred | Fritz Hansen
Designed in collaboration with Jaime Hayon, Fred (meaning ‘peaceful’ in Danish) is a casual nickname and nod to comfort and good vibes (something needed these days). Inspired by both Scandinavian and Spanish design influences, the wide, flat armrests embrace and support the body, as does the curved backrest.
Terra | Georg Jensen
Meaning ‘earth’ in Latin, this series of indoor and outdoor pots and plant accessories in steel and terracotta is Snøhetta’s first collaboration with Georg Jensen. The collection comes in an array of sizes and designs so nature can be brought indoors to fit small spaces like window frames, shelves, or floor nooks.