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Hook, smart working becomes pop

Written by Redazione |

10 December 2019

In the age of smart working managing to create a “study corner” at home is an increasingly felt need: this is the reason why Karim Rashid has designed the colorful and attractive Hook collection for Newform Ufficio, perfect also for home spaces.

Its desks feature a design both linear and whimsical, and thanks to a set of simple accessories, can be placed in different rooms.

Hook, customizable in its finishes and colors, includes glass or laminate desktops that can be lit by an LED arch: in this way, besides keeping the desk clear, a pleasant ambient light will also spread.

Under the main desktop it is possible to insert a second top – as big as the desktop or the size of a shelf – so as to gain an additional support for files, planners, documents, or to hide cables, while to optimize space even further, drawers, storage units, shelf systems to replace the thin metal legs are also provided.

Thus, with the Hook desk the study corner can be turned into a furnishing accessory, giving a definitely pop touch to the home space.

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