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Standing works tables are flexible surfaces for casual work. Typically found in offices, coffee shops, or other modern work environments, standing work tables are ideal for short to medium work sessions where standing is desired. Standing work tables are between 38”-42” | 97-107 cm in height and average 36” | 91 cm wide to best serve multiple laptop or tablet users on a single surface.
The Copenhague 90 Desk is a functional and durable oak desk with expressive angled front legs. Designed by brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in 2013 for use at the University of Copenhagen, the Copenhague 90 Desk design provides a welcoming and durable work solution that functions equally well in private home environments.
The Copenhague 90 Desk has a width of 51.25” | 130.2 cm, depth of 25.75” | 65.4 cm, and overall height of 29.25” | 74.3 cm.
Copenhague 90 Desk front elevation, front (objects), side, plan
The Vella Leather Desk is a slender-lined leather covered steel frame desk. Designed by Michele di Fonzo in 2013, the Vella Leather Desk combines a work surface with the leather traditions of fashion and luggage design into a uniquely wrapped desk that uses leather to emphasize the beauty of the structure and the quality of the surface.
The Vella Leather Desk has a width of 59.25” | 150.5 cm, depth of 31.5” | 80 cm, and overall height of 28.75” | 73 cm.
Vella Leather Desk front elevation, front (objects), side, plan
The Risom Desk is a small-sized solid walnut desk with a top surface wrapped in leather. Designed by Jens Risom (2012) as a writing-surface for small spaces, the Risom Desk is a beautiful and sturdy surface for studying or reading with an included solid wooden tray at the center of the table for storing desk supplies.
The Risom Desk has a width of 42” | 106.7 cm, depth of 22” | 55.9 cm, and overall height of 29” | 73.7 cm.
Risom Desk front elevation, front (objects), side, plan
The Eames Desk Unit (EDU) is a plywood, steel, and wire desk system that includes a drawer and brightly colored side and back panels. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1952 as a work surface solution for both residential and office use, the Eames Desk Unit continues the exploration of flexible furniture systems that is a constant in their work.
The Eames Desk Unit (EDU) has a width of 60” | 152.4 cm, depth of 28” | 71.1 cm, and overall height of 29” | 73.6 cm.
Eames Desk Unit (EDU) front elevation, front (objects), side, plan
The Nelson X-Leg Table is a large multi-functional table design set on x-shaped tubular steel legs. Designed by George Nelson in 1950 as a versatile table solution that would prove equally functional for dining, working, or entertaining, the Nelson X-Leg Table is an accommodating design that can pair well with a variety of chair and decor choices.
The Nelson X-Leg Table has a width of 60” | 152.4 cm, depth of 30” | 76.2 cm, and overall height of 28.5” | 72.4 cm.
Nelson X-Leg Table front elevation, front (objects), side, plan