Suited Wave Desk by Robert Brou- Monday, September 24th 2012.
There are many good furniture designs, a lot of different materials that compose a beautiful desk. This desk is very cute and amazing. The concept of this table is based on the uniqueness. Georgia-based designer and craftsman Robert Brou has designed the Wave Desk. A new ‘Slice’ technique has been used for creating the Wave desk. The product features two massive legs and a wooden tabletop. The design of the Wave includes a two-tower structure featuring towers sliced to create file folder storage with a drawer above.
This pattern is created spontaneously by the artist during fabrication insuring each work will have its own unique personality. It has wonderful design and tough material. One of the towers has a small drawer that includes a pullout work surface on the top. Both the towers are clad in two and a half inch thick Poplar lumber carved as a random wavy pattern in the form of layers. Poplar is naturally light in color with prominent green streaks so I stained the wood a Van Dyke Brown color to match the rest of their décor. The wire brush exposes the grain in a very interesting way that creates a wonderful tactile quality.
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The design of the Wave Desk includes standard two towers with folders but the rest is amazing. This table, of course, has strong legs to make it standing. The legs are very big and tough. They are also beautiful to see. The wire brush exposes the grain in a very interesting way that creates a wonderful tactile quality. The wire brush exposes the grain in a very interesting way that creates a wonderful tactile quality. Some of them save space in the room because a designer created a functional design that would not only deal with your problem of having too little room for a desk but also look incredible in that small space. Some of the desks are suited only for large rooms that accentuate their gorgeous shape. And then there are those desks that can transform from a small, one-man workstation to a large, conference table.