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Home offices to do wonders in your space
Choose from our selection of contemporary home offices to buy now, from multifunctional pieces to design classics, compact tables and simple desks that help you keep your study organized
The best office design starts with a great desk. And the best home offices feature an ergonomic design, thoughtful proportions, and the right amount of accessories. Whether you need a compact worksurface for a small home study or a large desk for a more spacious office, these contemporary desks are sleek and stylish, while functionality comes from features like USB ports and integrated lighting and discreet storage.
Designed by some of the most famous creative minds and produced by some of the world’s best furniture makers, our selection of desks includes historic designs, multifunctional workstations, essential furniture and brightly colored desks.
Browse our selection of the best desks from contemporary manufacturers
The design of the historic office redesigned for the future
Name: ‘LC10 Office Week in Paris’
Designate: Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, republished by Cassina PRO
Price: Â£ 4,531.50 + VAT
This design was originally designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand as a table, and was presented by the trio at the Salon d’Automne in 1929. For the offices of the Parisian magazine The week in Paris, which was a collaborative effort of the Union des Artistes Modernes (the French union of modern artists), the steel and glass table has been adapted into a desk; Perriand added a metal filing cabinet on one side and a hollow section on the glass top, to hold pens and utensils. In its contemporary update, the desk’s design stays true to the original, with understated additions like built-in electrification and a USB socket.
Leather-bound desk that combines Italian know-how and Japanese aesthetics
Name: Desk ‘Iren’
Designate: Kensaku Oshiro for Poltrona Frau
Price: Â£ 4.150 + VAT
Designer Kensaku Oshiro was inspired by the Japanese concept of “iren” (which means “an invisible but deliberate continuity between dots, lines and characters” in Japanese calligraphy), a movement that ensures complete harmony between symbols . The resulting desk is a combination of harmonious lines and practical details. With a simple movement, the dual desk surface can overlap to expand workspace or create storage, and charging and USB are discreetly concealed in a leather-bound metal case. The gently curved work surface is designed for more comfortable positioning of the arms, and the desk is also available in a wall-mounted version with integrated LED lighting.
A colorful desk to create a working alcove at home
Name: Office “Akira”
Designate: Mathias Hahn for SchÃ¶nbuch
Price: from â¬ 2,950
Mathias Hahn’s ‘Akira’ home office for SchÃ¶nbuch is a bold piece of furniture that is both a functional workstation and a peaceful retreat. The compact surface can be expanded to maximize desk space, and the desk includes storage compartments that can hold a laptop and notebooks, as well as a smaller case for storing pens and the like. The desk is a sculptural statement piece whose sleek design is enhanced by the rich palette of matte painted finishes, which can also be customized to create bold and contrasting color compositions.
The compact and versatile workstation that adapts to any environment
Photography: Amos Fricke
Name: “Touch Down Unit” workstation
Designate: Studio Klass for Molteni & C
Price: on demand
This versatile office workstation adapts to any environment, from airport lounges and libraries to high-end offices and private studies. It sits on 360-degree swivel casters and offers a rich palette of colors and configurations, compact storage space, as well as a modular walnut desk, allowing you to work sitting or standing. A wired version comes with a hinged door hiding the USB ports and a rechargeable battery, while the wood and leather trays allow you to display your neat stationery on the side cabinet (or hide it inside, if you are of a more messy disposition).
The organic and modular table
Name: ‘POV’ table
Creator: Kaschkasch pour Ton
Price: â¬ 7,493.53 (for the ‘POV’ 467 table)
Designed by Cologne-based studio Kaschkasch and produced by Czech bentwood specialist Ton, the âPOVâ table collection comes in two heights, three types of base and six top shapes, allowing for multiple configurations. The bases are made by joining three shapes of curved plywood, and the same process is used to produce a stackable conical stool. The collection is available in beech, oak and American walnut, and can be finished in different colors.
The mini desk supplement with space for plants
Name: ‘World of Plants Buffet’
Price: Â£ 1,373.10
A design classic since its inception in 1965, the âUSM Hallerâ modular system is diversifying with a new range with integrated flowerpot cutouts, allowing you to build an imposing green wall or a simple herb display around your office. Not only is the contrast between the cabinet’s metal grill and the soft cascading plants aesthetic, but the greenery should also help reduce stress and stimulate creativity. The range includes panels in five sizes and 14 colors, terracotta or basalt pots and a discreet watering set.
The compact desk that fits anywhere
Name: Office ‘Harri’ S
Designate: Peter Fehrentz for more Moebel
Price: from 2 517 â¬
This compact desk is sleek and stylish while being small enough to fit anywhere. Featuring a veneered top available in walnut and oak, the table design is defined by a curved edge that results in a thin writing surface and a more generous side for a ribbed drawer and discreet flap for cables. .