Berlin architect Elisabeth Lux has designed a writing desk for furniture brand e15 with sliding storage compartments that can be pulled out and rearranged.
The Nota desk combines a fold-down writing surface with a series of manoeuvrable storage boxes in contrasting colours that can be arranged vertically, horizontally or removed altogether.
The desk is made from lacquered MDF and is available in white with mint and grey storage units or grey combined with black and light blue storage units.
Earlier this year e15 launched re-editions of furniture designed by German modernist Ferdinand Kramer in the first half of the twentieth century. See all design by e15 »
Other desks we've featured on Dezeen include a two-tier desk by Neri&Hu that folds out into a vanity table and an asymmetric desk by French designer Thibault Desombre.
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