Manta is an alternative solution for the contemporary workplace. It is a station that can be used in any zone as a personal point-of-work that is available for common use. Internal pockets available on all surfaces can function as storage areas in a regular workspace. The design of the element in solid wood frames with soft side padding creates a warm feeling. The piece is made up of lightweight materials and rests on wheels. It can be folded and easily transported or moved around for alternative uses. The tactility of its materials makes it suitable for use in hotels, lobbies or even private homes.
A working desk, shaped by myths and the Assyrian and Babylonian god of wisdom.
Nabu designed by Faruk Malhan is a working desk inspired by myths and the Assyrian/Babylonian god of wisdom. It gains a valuable form as a result of the priceless combination of mystical values and wood as one of the most ancient materials ever. It hosts an ancient writing referring to the importance and wealthiness of wisdom.
A home-office desk named and inspired by music.
Partita, designed by Faruk Malhan, is a home-office desk with the wooden X-framed legs presenting a solid and architectonic language with a high standard.
The overall design language strikes a fundamental tone by simplifying all expressions, concealing all details, and serving all contemporary needs without displaying the complexity of a configuration. It helps to create a calm atmosphere and natural aura; the touch of naturally treated wood surfaces introducing tactile elements into daily life - a quest for silent joy.