Fastest Desktop Ever

Stand back everyone this desk is about to make the jump to light speed. Or so goes the intention of this angular desk design by KINZO :: ARCHITECTURE called “Kinzo Air”. Inspired by space shuttles, imperial cruisers, stealth fighters, right angles and pretty much any sharp edge. Sit back, put your feet up and pretend to destroy someone’s home planet…or really do it, I don’t care.

Architect: Kinzo [ Product Page ]

(Above: Kinzo Air 202 – Fits two generous workstations, while optimizing room use and legroom).

(Left: Kinzo Air 101 – A desk that works for both, as a single piece and as an extension to the double workstation 202).

Every workstation is equipped with an integrated drawer. A mysterious black hole swallows up cables and plugs.

10 Comments

  • igreenspot says:

    stiff, great for minimalist design, but i prefer round shaped for my minimalist office

  • Shiella says:

    Yes, the square shape makes it look a bit conservative.

  • Jade Doel says:

    What materials is it made from?

    • Daffyd says:

      Material – their Website says that it’s some kind of light-weight material for the desktop surface, that has an additional layer of lacquer. The table-top-support (= the legs) are made of aluminium. So it’s pretty high-quality stuff. What is also cool about it is that these desks are hand-made in Berlin.

      I’ve been to a digital TV company in Berlin that works with these desks recently and I thought wow these desks are really cool – pretty large too – but they are really sturdy annd not that light as they appear.

      Cool is that these desks create an optical illusion – they seem to “tilt” due to the way the sides are folded towards the inside, but they are 100 % stable and horizontal.

  • jin_woo_han says:

    it looks too sharp ..n unstable..

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