• City Desk Studio Architects
    The name of the firm expresses an interest we have in exploring the boundaries that architecture operates within - the larger boundless environment suggested by the CITY, and the intense focused craftsmanship of the object, the DESK. The focus of the STUDIO, architecture, exists in between these scales. We choose to be diverse in project types and scales. We believe the ideas, issues, and even construction techniques in these different project types inform each other resulting in work that is better designed and better built.
  • Plunk Desk
    Plunk Desk is a portable, adjustable, standing desk handcrafted from wood and aluminum. It fits into a custom bag and no tools are needed for assembly. The desktop is formed from curved plywood and covered in a real wood veneer. The cast aluminum base features a chamfered edge and is hand-polished before getting one of two high-end modern finishes in burnished nickel or brass. All parts of Plunk Desk are made in Los Angeles, California.
  • Yoga Dwelling
    Products That Satisfy Your Senses and Please Your Soul. Featuring reclaimed materials. Desks, tables, lamps and more. http://etsy.me/2IKM5ti
  • StandCrafted
    We design wall-mounted standing desks
  • Alex Makoviecki
    Graphic Design, Interior Design, Desk Design
  • Dalvivo Furniture
    Contemporary style, traditional craftsmanship. The dalvivo desk is great for small spaces and changing places.
  • Bensen
    Bensen is a design and manufacturing group founded in 1981 by Niels Bendtsen, a Danish emigree to Canada. An early Bendtsen design, Ribbon Chair, is included in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Bensen produces a variety of furniture pieces including beds, tables, desks, and chairs and sofas.
  • Caretta Workspace
    Caretta Workspace blends design and technology to create a work environment that’s unique and personal. Tangled piles of wires and cables begin to disappear with the seamless blend of computer to desk. Each contemporary desk, table, and accessory transforms the elegance of solid hardwood furnishings into an uncluttered productivity tool, customized for each individuals work habits and technology. For those who love both design and technology, Caretta workspaces are a quantum leap in ergonomics and versatility, with each desk built specifically for the customer.
  • Edition Modern
    US manufacturer of the Pierre Chareau Lighting Collection to include floor, table, desk lamps, sconces, pendants, and chandeliers. Hand-crafted with great care utilizing sustainable materials, including genuine alabaster. Custom work is also available.
  • Elise Craig
    Elise Craig is a freelance writer in the San Francisco Bay Area covering technology, innovation and startup culture. Elise has worked as a news producer on the breaking news desk of the Washington Post and as an assistant research editor at Wired magazine. Elise earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Georgetown University in 2006, and a master’s of journalism from the University of California at Berkeley in 2010.
  • ergoErgo
    ErgoErgo was created in 2010 by Alan Heller, the founder and president of Heller, Inc. ErgoErgo is a new seating concept combining the benefits of dynamic sitting with a bold contemporary design. The patent-pending ErgoErgo allows the body to rock gently in any direction to build strength and flexibility. Versatile enough to be used at your desk, for breakout meetings, guests, working or relaxing. It promotes wellness and productivity. And it’s comfortable, durable and easy on the budget.
  • Golden Heritage
    Shop for vintage floor lamp for new house on Golden Heritage. We house exclusive handmade range of finest lights such as tripod floor lamps, chandeliers, desk lamps, pendant lights and more. Visit here: https://goldenheritage.co/
  • George Nelson
    George Nelson (1908-1986) was an extremely influential industrial designer, writer, and thinker whose designs are as popular today as perhaps they’ve ever been. Educated in architecture at Yale University in the 1920s, Nelson was a prolific writer on design. He wrote for Architectural Forum and Interiors and published the top-drawer books Tomorrow’s House, How to See: A Guide to Reading Our Man-Made Environment, and Building a New Europe: Portraits of Modern Architects. More important than his writing, however, was his work as an industrial designer. He had a close relationship with the Herman Miller furniture company, for which he served as creative director, which produced his famous works such as the bubble lamp, marshmallow sofa, swag leg desk and dozens of clocks. In 1959 he worked on the exhibition design of the American National Exhibition in Moscow, home of the famous “Kitchen Debate” between then US Vice President Nixon and Soviet Premier Nikita Kruschev. Nelson’s legacy lives on now and he has come to define mid-century American design like few others.
  • Chisel & Mouse
    Founded in 2011 by brothers and architecture enthusiasts Robert and Gavin Paisley, Chisel & Mouse produces handmade sculptures of iconic buildings. Based in the Ashdown Forset in East Sussex, England, the Chisel & Mouse studio uses local UK resources and is centered on producing the highest quality products. The eye-catching sculptures are crafted in plaster, and often feature metal accents to echo the details of the historic buildings. Each sculpture is designed to be displayed on a shelf, desk, or wall-mounted.
  • Jeremiah Nielson
    Hello and welcome to Jeremiah Collection by Jeremiah Nielson located in San Francisco, California. Here you'll find a unique collection of handmade walnut wooden furniture. Currently I have many high end solid wood media consoles, modern desks, and a variety of different pieces of bedroom furniture for sale. I also carry everything from bookcases to dining tables. The pieces in the Jeremiah Collection are crafted with over 21 years of furniture manufacturing experience. Our pieces are hand made with timeless quality and design, and currently take 6-8 weeks to manufacture. In our shop we keep a fine balance of traditional and modern joinery that insures the best of both worlds. I enjoy creating custom work so if there’s something you have in mind, but don’t see it in my website jeremiahcollection.com, send me an email and we can discuss it. Make sure you stop by regularly as I do asdd new items regularly. Be sure to like us on Facebook and Twitter as well!
  • Jonothan Weeks
    Jonothan Weeks is the founder and director of Topaz Furniture.With over 25 years experience, you can rest assured that we offer sound advice and high quality products, including: reception furniture, boardroom furniture, meeting and training rooms, desks, workstations and chairs.
  • Gensler Northwest Region
    Gensler is a global design firm that partners with clients to create more livable cities, smarter workplaces and more engaging leisure destinations. Our 5,000 professionals networked across 46 locations believe quality design can transform organizations and improve people’s lives. Since 1965, we have helped clients achieve measurable business and organizational goals, delivering projects as large as a city and as small as a task light for an individual desk.
  • Noroof Architects
    Margarita McGrath and Scott Oliver began working together in 1994 on the design of the ranch house project for a horse-loving client and her husband. A decade+ later, they completed their first permanant built work together (alas the ranch house remains unbuilt), and decided to call the collaboration noroof architects. The noroof approach to design resembles working at actual size, except that as a way of thinking it has to fit on a desk. Because we are interested in the experience of space, we often work in models. Beginnings are rarely made with an empty desk; there is always a pile of scraps from other projects within reach. We start with a basic idea in mind, and this gets situated into architecture through picking pieces out of the pile, holding them up for evaluation, trimming an edge, taping them in place, changing a piece or two, and then selecting the next element out of the stacks. As a way of thinking, this allows unexpected and unforeseen connections to happen. We tried this process at full scale (1:1) in two installations, peeling the grape and forgetting LA. The slot house, noroof’s first permanent work, also uses this approach. When working at actual size, what we are responding to is the surroundings, the site (here the gallery room or existing house), and the process of construction. Our work is grounded in re-collecting the beauty of ordinary things through making visible relations that connect them to matter and circumstances outside of themselves. This means that the work invites you (and anyone else who occupies the work) to participate in its making through adding your own experiences to the architecture.