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Sense Desk

Designer: Daniel Korb

Sense Desk is no longer available for purchase.

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    Sense Desk

    Build It, Adapt It, Use It

    For the family, or individual, who spends a lot of time using the computer and working at home, the high-performance Sense desk makes good sense.

    One: Pieces snap into place without any tools. Two: The desk height adjusts nine inches with just a twist and a lock, so it can fit everyone in the family. Three: Your technology is managed while you work by an integrated wire management basket beneath the surface. It controls cords and cables neatly and keeps them off the floor.

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    Daniel Korb

    "We wanted to design a desk that is future-proof."

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    • Looks Like Fine Furniture

      Looks Like Fine Furniture

      Stylish details and high-quality materials give the Sense desk the look of fine furniture. The desk top can be white laminate with exposed plywood edge or walnut veneer with a walnut edge. The adjustable legs are Metallic Silver.

    • Future-proof

      Future-proof

      You can choose just the desk now and add either or both of the matching storage components—the desktop cabinet and media cabinet—as your needs grow. Or choose all three at once. This flexibility makes the Sense desk an especially good buy.

    • Handy, Handsome Desktop Cabinet

      Handy, Handsome Desktop Cabinet

      To keep clutter off the desktop, organize small items, and provide a surface to display small peripherals or electronics or stuff you like to look at while working. The desktop cabinet features three compartments with two sliding doors, and a top shelf. It attaches easily to the desk by fitting right into two grommets in the work surface.

    • Matching Freestanding Storage

      Matching Freestanding Storage

      The left side of the freestanding media cabinet has a pull-out file frame that accepts letter-sized files. The right side has a shelf, making two storage surfaces to hold supplies, books—whatever you need at hand. A sliding door covers either side. The top surface can support equipment or add work area.

    Australian National Design award
    2009

    reddot Design award for Product Design
    2008

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