Workplace to lean against
The Georg desk from Danish manufacturer Skagerak was reduced to the bare essentials by designer Christina Liljenberg Halstrøm. With two round legs and rounded edges, the table is made entirely of solid oak wood. The narrow workstation is intended for leaning against the wall and does not require any screws or assembly. The backrest furniture thus offers a space-saving surface for the living room, hallway or bedroom - depending on where the practical worktop is needed. The desk is also available with four legs.
For laptop or books
This piece of furniture can be used as a flexible workstation for laptops and tablets or as a shelf for books and magazines. The clear design of the Georg Desk ensures order and prevents unrest. Mobility and flexibility are also maximised by the minimalist design, as the Georg table can be moved quickly. In addition, the secretary can be supplemented with the Georg Desk drawer, which is mounted on the right or left under the tabletop.
Georg from sustainable wood
For the Georg series by Skagerak, Christina Liljenberg gave Halstrøm additional furniture a new meaning as characteristic furnishing elements, as they have always deserved. The furniture of the Georg collection with unusual leg position and reduced forms is made of oak wood. In the natural wood version, Skagerak's designer piece adds a touch of naturalness to the ambience, while the black version looks elegant and elegant. In contrast to the Georg console table, the desk offers a larger surface area and the possibility of mounting one or two practical drawers.