Deco Office Chair with Upholstered Seat

This appeared on PadStyle a while ago and I bookmarked it in Google Reader and then forgot I was intending to post it. I'm rather taken by deco influenced modern pieces, though I think it's a style thats probably best used in moderation unless you own a genuine deco property.

The Deco Office Chair by Sitcom Furniture is constructed from solid hardwood with birch veneers and a java finish, and features a high-density sand fabric cushion.

The chair is available from nikkoshops for $299


Fusion and Lybra Office Suite

Nothing screams inner confidence like vibrant mustard. An office suite for true fat cats, the ensemble consists of the Lybra Swivel Chair, Lybra Armchair and the Fusion Desk.

Mustard is very much like marmite. You either love it hate it. Either way it isn't a problem because this range comes in more colours than Pantone probably have. Boasting a truely extensive selection for not only the colour of the wood, legs and leather top, you can even choose your preference for the embossed design.

Although not included in the suite, I feel an honourable mention must be given to the genius addition of an office punch bag. Who doesnt need one of those at times!

Available from Enrico Pellizzoni

Fusion & Lybra Office

Bulego Desk

The Bulego Desk by Abad Diseno is a stunning piece of office furniture. Its not what you would call cheap at just under £2000, but its available in a range of finishes and a drawer option is available.

Visit Nueva Linea online at

Via: Switched On Set

Exec-V From Walter Knoll

The Exec-V (Executive-Variable) from Walter Knoll is designed by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger. With this stylish desk you can work either sitting or standing thanks to its hight adjustment. Ergonomic and healthy. The desk top looks like it is floating on the base and pedestal. This "Head Office" model is part of an extensive range of onsisting of desks, pedestals, sideboards and conference tables.

The Chair featured in both images is a design classic itself, Preben Fabricius
and Jorgen Kastholm "Tulip chair", the FK bucket seat.

Exec-V From Walter Knoll

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If you yearn to take your work global, then designer Michiel van der Kley can help you do just that. This personal mobile workstation for Gispen and Artifort can be used at the office or at home and, with it's rotating chair, offers flexibility aswell as mobility. This innovative pod design has a built-in, pull-out table top for you to work with or without a notebook. Globus features a white laquered Baydour shell and an aluminium cast base.

Available through hivemodern

Via: CribFashion

Kidney-Shaped Desk

This organic form writing desk has been lovingly designed by Ontario-based John Wiggers and hand crafted at his family firm Wiggers Custom Furniture. The Canadian cabinet makers have a policy of using environmentally sound materials and practices and this piece like all their furniture is made from FSC certified sustainably harvested woods.

"The undulating curves of the Kidney Shaped Desk are founded in the Exacting proportion of Feng Shui and the Vastu Shastra of the ancient Vedic Tradition in India. Macassar Ebony veneer has been carefully cut by hand to create a spectacular waterfall effect of highly figured grain around the perimeter of the leather inset top."

The award-winning desk features pencil trays made from Sassafras and a small lidded box made of Hawthorn – woods that possess natural armomatherapy qualities. The pencil drawer also features a small inlay of rare Amboyna hardwood.

Each hand made desk is signed, dated and numbered by John Wiggers.

Kidney Shaped Desk

The Kidney-Shaped Desk is available from New York based Vivavi  (A company who specialise in sourcing  items that use sustainable materials) for $8,900.00.

You can visit Wiggers Custom Furniture online at

For more stand office desks please visit Viking Direct. Viking direct offer a range of office furniture from Desks, Chairs, Coat stands and so much more.

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