Furniture & Lighting

00-LifestyleBy now, the dangers of sitting for too long are well enough documented, but designers remain a few steps behind in fulfilling a decidedly 21st Century need for non-traditional work stations. Which makes Plunk a welcome relief. A compact standing desk designed by Erin Strater, Plunk smartly addresses a trio of modern day issues—ergonomics, customization, and travel—and does it style, to boot. Comprised of a graceful bent plywood and wood veneer desktop, and adjustable brass or nickel tripod base, Plunk is designed with the transient esthete in mind. Weighing a mere 8 pounds, the desk dismantles, without tools, into a brief case-sized carrying case, and can be just as easily assembled upon arrival. No wonder we feel like giving Plunk a standing ovation. 01_Wal_Nickel04_Wal_Nickel02-Hero

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1 Comment

  1. Danny

    Aug 4, 2014 at 3:35 am

    Portable tabletops are indeed a great innovation in the furniture industry today. One of the greatest challenges manufactures always face with portable tabletops is keeping them stylish and lightweight at the same time. But Punk Desk seems to have addressed those challenges quite remarkably.

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