The Tetra-Shed offers pencil-pushers a truly original design – the outside is a black polygon that reminds us of a statue, and on the inside, there’s a large workspace. Additionally, this desk can be readjusted so that you can fit your little office into whatever configuration works best with the space you have.
The MWE Emperor 200 is might possibly be the office of the future! If you think about a bunch of them all together, it starts to kind of look like Star Trek, right? Back in reality, though, this desk is comprised of a leather seat that is situated behind three 24 inch screens, as well as a small table for a keyboard and a mouse. The whole thing is motorized so that you can precisely adjust each part for optimal comfort.
Created by designer Luzzo Bespoke, this desk is an homage to the beautiful Bugatti from the 1930s – in fact, this desk comes in three types (the 35, 57, and 59). Made out of aluminum, Bespoke added a wire mesh façade that resembles the radiators on these beautiful old cars. 1500 hours of work went into each specially designed desk… And the price shows it!
The skyscraper on that desk looks super modern thanks to the PC it’s on, doesn’t it? Integrated into this aluminum and glass desk is a Core i7 processor with more than 4.5 GHz. Made in the Netherlands, the temperature of the L3P D3SK is controlled by a watercooling system and no less than 17 ventilators.
Unveiled at CES 2012, the EXODesk is brought to us by ExoPC in partnership with ViewSonic. This high-tech desk offers its users a 40 inch touch screen which, when plugged into a computer, replaces the keyboard and mouse. The EXODesk can also be used independently – when transformed into a tablet, it lets you play piano, draw, or organize your agenda. Unfortunately only a few applications are available for the giant tablet at the moment. Anticipated to come out in 2012 in the US, it will be available for between $1000 and $1500 - a tidy sum, but still less expensive than the $9000 price tag of the Microsoft Surface.
Star Wars fans are going to go crazy over this replica of Han Solo frozen in Carbonite. The idea to make a desk out of this piece of movie history comes from designer Tom Spina, who specializes in creating household objects inspired by films. The sculpture, which is made out of metal, is mounted under a sheet of glass, and the contour of the desk faithfully follows the model used in the George Lucas film.
The Curv is a very compact desk, composed of only one piece. Its size is based on its designer’s philosophy of adapting normal furniture to the reduced spaces of our modern world. The Curv includes both a desk and similar chair.
You’d be hard pressed to find a more comfortable place to do your work than this lounge inspired model. With a large case mounted just behind your head, a support for your legs, and a small table close at hand, this workspace is both functional and comfortable. Just don’t try to use it during naptime.