Multifunctional Woody Desk

One of the most important things of man’s, besides his life, it is freedom. He was born free and although he might be a solitary person he cannot live closed into a narrow space. Perhaps this is the reason why we love the open spaces, we are in search in more and more space and we always wish to have a more spacious home. Sometimes we are never satisfied with out options and the idea of using some multifunctional pieces of furniture for our home is more and more convenient and satisfactory.

Multifunctional Woody Desk

“Woody” is one of these pieces of furniture envisioned by the sisters Anna-Katharina and Isabelle-Franziska Löhn, creators of SÖRdesign. It is a remarkable desk which has three levels. The highest level is a table, then the lower level is the surface of the desk and the lowest level represents the chair of the desk.

Multifunctional Woody Desk

Multifunctional Woody Desk

The advantage of this piece of furniture is that can be stretched out when you use it and then you can roll it back into a compact column when you do not need it. It is very practical and you can also hang a coat or a small bag. Here you can work freely and have everything at your disposal in an organized manner.



Published by in Office Design Ideas, on November 14th, 2011

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