1. Big Irony Desk
    Design Maurizio Peregalli
    Design Maurizio Peregalli
  2. Check
    Design Anders Lundqvist & Lundqvist
    Design Anders Lundqvist & Lundqvist
    Check is a brand new solution for a mobile workspace at home with storage front and back Place your computer on the top and place all your cables in the cable well for an elegant solution.
  3. Compas Direction
    Design Jean Prouvé (1953)
    Design Jean Prouvé Design year 1953
    Jean Prouvé developed the Compas table in various models around 1950, applying the construction principles that he is known for. All share elegantly splayed, narrow legs in metal, a formal reminder of a compass – in French, “le compas”. The oiled solid wood table tops give Compas Direction an individual touch. With its compact dimensions, the table is ideal for the contemporary, largely paperless, home office, where it cuts a fine figure.
  4. Eiermann 1
    Design Egon Eiermann (1953)
    Design Egon Eiermann Design year 1953
    Unique in its many possible combination and use options, the Eiermann 1 Table is a real classic of furniture design. Egon Eiermann designed the original table frame with its slanted crossbars in 1953. The pared-down construction represents the ideal ratio between use of material and stability. For many years the original version seemed to have disappeared, replaced by a variety of frames that did not match the quality of the original. Then, in 1995, the Eiermann family granted Richard Lampert the sole manufacturing rights for the 1953 original, which is now available again in its original, demountable design. Careful detailing and first-class quality. Pure Eiermann. Exciting and flexible. Thanks to the many colour options for the frame, the many different material options for the tabletop, the different sizes available and a design with either centrally positioned or offset crossbars, the table is the ideal solution for worktops, desks and conference tables. Since 2014, the Eiermann table has also been available for more than one workstation or as a conference table with a 160 x 160 cm square tabletop that allows colleagues to work on the table from all sides. If necessary, it can even accommodate eight people … THE ORIGINAL
  5. Laval Writing Desk
    Design Laval and OeO
    Design Laval and OeO
    The Laval Collection aims to reinterpret the traditional French style by reflecting the poetic simplicity of Japanese and Scandinavian aesthetics. The collection springs from a collaborative meeting between high-end French furniture maker Laval and Danish design studio OeO. It combines the French sense of elegance with a subtle sense of modern comfort, adding superior fabrics from Japanese textile brand Hosoo—known for its investigative approach to traditional three-dimensional Nishijin weaving from Kyoto. The collection reflects a strong sense of refined and exquisite quality combined with the highest attention to detail.
  6. Miss Moneypenny
    Design Ralph Kraeuter
    Design Ralph Kraeuter
    "Moneypenny, what would i do without you?" Good agents know why they trust their secretary since 1951. Reliable and timeless beauty – Get your very own miss moneypenny secretary by radius design. The successful interpretation of an unexpressed love by the extraordinary mix of steel and wood fits into many different room designs. The integrated secret compartment is not the accommodation for an automatic handgun but to hide the wiring of your equipment.
  7. Pey
    Design Massana-Tremoleda
    Design Massana-Tremoleda
    System of desks and tables for domestic use, as well as for a range of public areas. The range has all the components and accessories required for an adaptable versatile and homogenous office.
  8. Scrittarello
    Design Achille Castiglioni (1996)
    Design Achille Castiglioni Design year 1996
    A masterpiece of lightness, inspired by the Italian rationalist school of the 1930s-40s. It makes you want to write, draw, or just think. Scrittarello. A little writing desk, almost a neologism, for relaxed activity with pen and paper. A simple surface for work, with two shelves at the sides. The slender legs are in natural beech; the tops come in white laminate, with birch plywood borders. Perfect in the bedroom or in a corner, for studying and reading.
  9. Two tops secretary
    Design Marcel Wanders (2004)
    Design Marcel Wanders Design year 2004
    Marcel Wanders made a mistake, He fixed the table-top under the supporting bars instead of on top, and found a space which was always there but was never seen. He created a lid to cover and to hide and change a few hundred years of classic table-making.
  10. Woood
    Design Marcel Wanders (2010)
    Design Marcel Wanders Designyear 2010
    A personal desk top, a private home office, a sided side table, a fruitbowl for your apples.