We sit at our desks on a daily basis, so it makes sense that some thought should go into choosing the most well-designed, functional and ergonomic option.
Here are some that have caught our eye.
Design brand Normann Copenhagen offers a minimalist desk designed for small spaces. It has functional details such as a built-in cable grommet and a steel drawer. It is available in white, gray, black and light blue.
Filip Janssens came to design later in his career, after 20 years in teaching. His style is characterized by the exploration of volumes and modules that reference architecture. This can be seen in the "Jointed" desk for design brand Serax.
Swedish design brand String is best known for its well-known modular shelving. It also makes cleverly designed desks with height-adjustable tops.
British designer Tom Dixon was inspired by Victorian school desks when creating his "Slab Desk." Made from solid oak, the rounded contours bring a fresh, modern feel. The hole previously used as an inkwell is now used to feed through cables.