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April 16, 2013
No matter what your working space conditions—studio, office, home—the Higher Desk designed by Flip Sellin of Berlin-based design and architecture bureau, Coordination, is here to the rescue. When stuck with a sticky situation (small spaces, hello!), easily take out one leg and switch in the shorter version to lean the desk against any supporting surface, such as a windowsill, stack of books, or cabinet. Appealing and universal—we're fans.

The cork, lathed oak, and laquered steel table is available in orange or yellow. Photo by: H.-J. Roscher

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Lean on, lean off. Photo by: H.-J. Roscher

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The cork, lathed oak, and laquered steel table is available in orange or yellow. Photo by: H.-J. Roscher

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Lean on, lean off. Photo by: H.-J. Roscher

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