David HSU’s Hi-Tech Carbon Desk 117 is inspired by a stealth bomber

Andrea Divirgilio / May 24, 2012

Admiring minimalistic-style, yet reconciling with his former techie-stuff, David Hsu, with an expertise in product and furniture designing has designed a high-tech desk dubbed as Desk 117, which is esthetically inspired by a stealth bomber. Designed with ‘cable-catching’ in mind, this sleek and elegant looking desk reminds us of the OneLessDesk for Maclovers designed by Heckler Designs and the XYZ Computer Desk that gives tough fight to all sleek PC tables.

David HSU's Hi-Tech Carbon Desk 117

The Desk 117 comes equipped with an embedded power strip that not only provides electricity for all the devices a user will use, but it also provides lighting while managing cables as well. Also, in addition to a considerably large access panel on the rear side, David Hsu has also provided significant multiple trap doors that can be used for monitor, speaker and Ethernet cables, to name a few.

David HSU's Hi-Tech Carbon Desk 117

Further, David Hsu deliberately specified a large working surface area on the desk for those who still use papers instead of using computers or other gadgets. Additionally, the deep enough secondary surface area can easily hold a 27-inch sized monitor, along with the stereo speakers that can be placed on the adjacent side.

David HSU's Hi-Tech Carbon Desk 117

The Desk 117 will also be the part of the Model Citizens NYC exhibition during ICFF & New York Design Week, 2012. Apart from this carbon-black version, there’s also a possible white version.

David HSU's Hi-Tech Carbon Desk 117 White version

Via: DavidHsu

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