The Note Desk is a simple, yet durable wooden office desk with a removable back panel to suit your professional and creative needs.
Desks assume the personality of their owners. Illustrators and designers tend towards drafting desks with slight inclines for a comfortable lean when drawing, while secretaries and assistants go for desks with plenty of catalog drawers and storage space for obvious reasons.
The list goes on–there are as many variations of desks as there are professions. The Note Desk, from OEO Studio, is one variation that transcends professional roles to be a desk designed for everyone.
Propped up on top of four sawhorse legs, the Note Desk keeps a minimal profile, trading a loud personality for a durable and quality build. Entirely constructed from wood, the Note Desk has a traditional shape, with a spacious flat top surface that merges with a back panel for added functional elements.
The back panel is outfitted with short shelves and a felt tack board ideal for calendar reminders and Post-It notes, making it a suitable choice for office workers and artists alike. Conceptualized in an array of different colors, the Note Desk’s wooden build is envisioned as stained ebony, deep chocolate brown, as well as a natural wooden look.
The whole desk comes together with a couple of screws, nuts, and bolts for a simple, yet long-lasting build. Similar to a desk you’d find in a library or working zone, the Note Desk also comes with USB plugins for charging your smartphone, tablet, or laptop while working. The removable back panel, shelving units, and tack board can be applied to each Note Desk easily with built-in attachments that can just as easily be removed. With a versatile, modular structure, the Note Desk can be transformed to fit anyone’s professional and creative needs.
Conceptualized in an array of different colors, the Note Desk also comes in a natural, unstained wooden build.
The removable shelf attaches to the back panel and adds some storage space to the desk.
The Note Desk was designed in collaboration with OEO Studio and Jonathan Formento for HBF.