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Top Four Desks For The Home Office [Future Of Home Living]

Top Four Desks For The Home Office [Future Of Home Living]
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These innovative and beautifully designed desks will make working from home convenient and efficient.

PSFK Labs
  • 14 july 2013

In the build up to the launch of our Future Of Home Living exhibition in New York on July 23rd, we’ve been giving people glimpses of some of the furniture pieces and design concepts that are going to be included in the home of the future trends report and exhibit in NYC. We’ve put together a selection of the best desks that will help you be productive while working at home. All of these furniture pieces will be on display at PSFK’s exhibition at 101 West 15th Street.

Here are some of our home-office desk suggestions:

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The Camille Wall Desk is a wall-mounted desk and storage unit. Integrated into the layout is a slot to fit most laptops, tablet, or other electronic with generous access for electrical chords and chargers. The drawers and slots still fit standard sized paper.

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ADAPTable consists of six A4-sized modular panels that can slide and change. Each panel has been designed to fulfill a different function, with built-in tools such as a pencil holder, ruler or cutting mat. The workstation has a solid American black walnut top, brass plate bracings, and steel legs, which can provide both high and low desk options.

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The 1,6 S.M. of Life is a convertible desk-bed that houses an area for rest and restoration underneath its work surface. Created by Greek designer Athanasia Leivaditou of Studio NL, the convertible desk-bed looks similar to a typical long rectangular work table – only that the desktop slides out and the side panel opens to reveal a bed underneath.

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The Ulisse Desk is a vertically opening Queen bed with a desk on the front that ingeniously remains parallel to the floor as the bed is opened. It helps redefine the possibilities of urban living and will change the way consumers and designers think about space.

Check out our Pinterest board for more of the latest products defining the future of home living, and be sure to come to our exhibition in NYC starting July 23rd.

Located at 101 West 15th Street, the Future of Home Living experience will offer a glimpse into the lifestyle of the modern-day New Yorker, just a taste of which you’ve seen above. From the convenient to the visionary, we will provide an opportunity for multi-sensory engagement with the products, services, and ideas that are at the forefront of modern city life.

RSVP here to visit the exhibit starting July 23rd!

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