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Explore - Office
Making the best use of open spaces can be a problem. The solution — room dividers from The Sliding Door Co. They come in many standard sizes and patterns or can be custom designed and built.
The new Cherner swivel base task chair is a further development of the classic molded plywood Cherner Chair. A strong, lightweight and graceful addition to the home or office, the Cherner task...
The 1958 molded plywood stacking chairs by Norman Cherner are perfect for home, office or cafe. The seat is made of laminated plywood of graduated thickness, from 15 plys to 5 plys at the perimeter...
We will readily admit that organization is not our strong suit. It's possible that our desk at work has elicited gasps of horror from innocent colleagues passing by. These beechwood blocks were...
Cranbrook Academy Designer-in-Residence Scott Klinker created the Truss series for Context Furniture, making this a thoroughly modern Michigan collaboration. The birch plywood pieces are given a...
Don't be fooled by the graceful curves and fold of the Ribbon Lamp, because this slick desk accessory packs a powerful lighting punch. Using CCFL technology—the same that's illuminating...
Quistgaard created this 1967 teak piece, which has a rectangular top with a hinged flip-top superstructure and is fitted with drawers and pigeonholes above a four-drawer frieze. It was...
A sleek and stunning teak piece, designed by Kai Kristiansen in the 1960s. The floating design features three drawers with full-width tab pulls, a filing cabinet, brass keyholes, and 2...
Guariche designed this piece, made of palissander, white formica and steel, in 1962. It features a formica-lined open front area, with two drawers on the reverse side, and a simple steel x-shaped...
This solid walnut piece features a stout pedestal with three drawers with inset handles; Nakashima designed it to be positioned on either the left or the right, depending on the user's need. The...
Marcel Breuer designed this maple desk in 1938 for the dormitory at Rhoads Hall, Bryn Mawr College.
Pencils are practically passé for modern kids, who are no doubt learning their way around a keyboard as soon as they can sing the alphabet song. Typing can be tough to master but qwerty...
Designed in the 1950s, this piece features unrestored distressed pencil-case steel legs and a laminate top in excellent condition. The drawer is oak, as is the edging around the laminate top. The...
A revolutionary and much anticipated ultra-slim LED task light that is as fun to use as it is functional. LIM's L-shaped arm discreetly conceals an array of high-powered LED's and utilizes a magnet...
Online Exclusive at YLighting. JJ, originally designed in 1937, is now a legend of contemporary design. Timeless, up-to-date and very trendy in its form, JJ is now dressed in provocative colors,...
One frustrating thing about standard shelves is that they don't often accommodate for items of different heights; It's often tough to fit a vase or a few records alongside your paperbacks. This...
This 60s throwback lamp looks a bit like a retro-futuristic hair dryer hood. Designer Christophe Mathieu worked with Barcelona-based lighting brand Marset to create Clea, and the polycarbonate...
When you're heading out with laptop in tow, allow it to slip into something a little more comfortable. FilzFelt specializes in quality, 100% wool felt imported from Germany, and this simple pocket...
This harvested Ash bookend caught our eye on a recent trip to the San Francisco Museum of Craft + Design, which has a lovely little shop nestled in at the Sutter Street location. Cut and shaped...
Industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa translated the Japanese tradition of Hanko—individual stamps used in place of a personal signature—into these plastic and steel pens. Super simple and...