Artifox Desk 02

Sep 20, 2016

Category: Living

Thanks to what was an initial success with their Desk 01, Artifox has decided to add another edition to the family with the aptly-named Desk 02. And what caught users’ attention in the first release, such as the minimalist design and tech-friendly organization system, is back for round 2 with this new offering.

The Desk 02 follows the same design as its predecessor, featuring a beautiful construction and convenient functionality. It’s built from hardwood and steel for lasting quality, the same built-in dock for all your tech needs and now hosts a cable grid in the back to neatly organize any and all unsightly wires. It’s designed to adapt to various professions and needs, not punishing you for personalizing your workspace with various accessories. It measures 52” x 26” x 30” and each Desk 02 is designed and constructed in the USA. So if you’re interested in upgrading the workspace, be sure to check out Artifox’s available options. Available in either walnut or walnut and bone for $1,000. [Purchase]

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