Love for a design for such a specific purpose, that’s what I’ve got here. Designer Bradley L. Bowers found himself intrigued by the idea of a desk/surface as an artifact that engages and enlivens its environment. Should all desks and tables and such seek to activate the space they sit in? That’s a big question. What Bowers decided to do here is create a desk that’d alter the space it’s in: perception, interaction, and interpretation. This is a desk for writing haiku.
What a unique sort of assignment Bowers bestowed upon himself. A desk that collects elements from the room around it, integrating into the space, made specifically for writing a single type of poetry. Lovely.
Designer: Bradley L. Bowers