The Pegasus Home Desk is a small, ingeniously conceived home workplace that provides space for the digital devices that have long since become part of our everyday lives. A well-designed workplace solution is conjoined here with the elegance of a perfectly crafted piece of domestic furniture. The thick bend-leather tabletop can be rolled or folded upward as needed to access the intelligently arranged compartments below. Here there is space for a laptop, tablet PC, mobile phone, paper, charging stations, power supply or other accessories.
The finely perforated pattern of the leather not only creates a visually interesting surface structure but also hints at the devices stowed below while providing additional ventilation of the relevant compartments. Like in a saddle bag, these objects disappear inside and yet are readily available at any time. The Pegasus Home Desk brings order to the chaos of digital everyday life, juxtaposing high-tech aesthetics with the material qualities, feel and workmanship of the artisanal world of the leatherworker and saddle-maker.
Home desk. Frame flat steel, black lacquered or covered in bend leather in mocha brown or khaki. Body with drawer and four compartments, HPL/MDF matte lacquered in mauve or night blue. Front and back clad burnished stainless sheet steel or solid walnut, with clear varnish. Worktop reinforced bend leather, bottom side covered with black fabric can be folded up on the side. Cable duct. Height-adjustable metal gliders.
Jet black lacquered
Bend leather mocha brown
Night blue lacquered
Natural solid walnut
All dimensions are in the unit cm.
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Tilla Goldberg studied design in Stuttgart before she worked in London, Tokyo, New York, and Cologne. Today, she is responsible for the product design unit at Ippolito Fleitz Group, an internationally operating studio that combines the fields of architecture, product design, and communication.