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Aria Desk | By Herman Miller

This simple, clean, minimal desk will help you create an office to be proud of. Designed by Kaiju Studios for Herman Miller, the Aria Desk has a minimalist design and elegant style, it helps you be organized. The desk features a primary surface made with high-performance white laminate for your laptop and a elevated secondary surface made from solid walnut for placing peripherals, papers, coffee cups and other gadgets. It also features covered cutouts to hide cables and a drawer with three removable organizer trays to keep small items out of sight.

photo by: Garrett Murray

Other Herman Miller Products:
- Envelope Desk, More details | BUY
- Sayl work Chair, More details | BUY




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GAIVOTA ROCKING CHAIR

The classic Gaivota Rocking Chair, winner of various design awards, was revamped by Brazilian designer Reno Bonzon. With an ergonomic design the sleek, contemporary rocking chair with rounded shapes has been designed to be comfortable whatever the size of the person sitting. This beautiful piece of furniture is available from Bodie and Fou....
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SCRATCH OFF WORLD MAP

If you enjoy traveling, you probably keep track of the places you have visited, on a wall map with pins, on a notebook, or maybe on a website or app. Today we bring you another fun solution, the wall-sized Scratch Off World Map allows you to scratch off the locations you’ve visited, revealing the colorful background and geographical detail beneath. Create the ultimate personal record of your travels by scratching off all your adventures, while livening up your wall ...
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IBUKU ARCHITECTURE

Ibuku Architecture is committed to the development of bamboo as a sustainable building material. Using only bamboo, they have constructed these incredible buildings for the renowned green school and adjacent green village in the Ayung River Valley in Bali, Indonesia. The master-planned community is inspired by the surrounding jungle and traditional Indonesian architecture, harboring an authentic connection between the residents and their surroundings. By: Tit...
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