One Balance Desk by Peter Qvist Lorentsen

November 1st, 2013 by retail design blog

One Balance Desk is with its challenging and floating design a balance act between stability and elasticity. The desk is a little elastic both sidewards and up/down, and at the same time stable enough that you can jump on top of it without anything happening. Due of this balancing act and the desk only stand on one leg has obviously named the desk ‘One balance’. The desk consists of 37 sub-elements made of laminated birch veneer individually oiled and stained.

Designed by Peter Qvist Lorentsen












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