Zelos Home Desk

Christoph Böninger, 2008

A good idea doesn’t take up much space – just a piece of paper or a laptop. Christoph Böninger’s Zelos secretary desk reflects this reduction to the essentials. With its pared-down elegance, it meets all the functional requirements of the 21st-century laptop generation. Opening or closing the 'black box' marks the beginning or end of work with a small ritual act. The leather writing surface perfects the sensual pleasure of letting one’s thoughts roam at this delightful workplace.

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Home desk. Frame chrome-plated flat steel. Body MDF, real-wood veneered in walnut, with clear varnish, or high-gloss lacquered in black. Fold-out worktop with black leather desk pad. Side compartments, drawer and additional storage space with cable duct. Felt gliders in grey.


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Walnut veneer

Walnut veneer

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Black high-gloss lacquered

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Christoph Böninger

Christoph Böninger designed the world’s first laptop computer as his dissertation project and worked as design manager for a large corporation in the United States – and, at the same time, he was always preoccupied with furniture design.



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