Blidu Undulating Wooden Desk

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Living

“Rolling curves” sound great when you’re talking about a golf course or an auto test track or maybe your flirty co-worker, but on a desk? Yes, that too. Despite the natural inclination to think of a work desk as a totally flat piece of furniture, we’re learning otherwise with the Blidu.

That’s the name of this multifunctional table concept by German designer Tom Schuster, and it features more nooks and crannies than a case of Thomas’ English Muffins. All of the grooves and slots are designed to hold your vital mobile devices, with a smartphone and tablet docking station, four USB hubs, and plenty of holes for cable management. Cherrywood is the material here, and it was actually all developed with a 3D program using low-poly designs.

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