Iconic 70’s Desk Makes a Comeback

In 1970 Ernest Igl designed a desk that became a cult object for accomplished collectors at international auctions. This groundbreaking and legendary desk is now being reproduced again in a limited run. In the early 70’s the igl jet was a kind of revolution regarding shape and manufacturing.

By using new materials and its unique design this desk became an icon in modern furnishings. 1,970 units of the igl jet are being fabricated with modern technology for the highest quality. It’s made of a special high-class polyurethan mix (that is 100% recyclable) with soft matte or high gloss finish, available in pearl-white, deep black, aluminium-metallic or orange-metallic and comes with three steel and soft-stop drawers on each side. Anyone going to get one? Just assume it’s going to cost a whole money bin.

Designer: Ernest Igl


  • S.K. says:

    This is beautiful design. Congratulations

  • Carl says:

    gotta say it, this really works. great design guys..

  • Charles Gillis says:

    having been in the office furniture industry for almost 40 years I must say, Wow!
    Back in the 70’s this was called the “tank desk” but this new version couldn’t be any sleeker or cool.
    Excellent work!

  • Pascal says:

    Did somebody purchase this beauty?

    • Dominik says:

      @ pascal: just got mine – and love it! I chose a special color that fits my office environment and it looks great…

  • Alarcon says:

    Well I am lucky to have an original one!! Yes as in the first time around!!

  • pascal says:

    Is there any showmodel in the Benelux? I want to see and feel one before purchasing..

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