Home desk by George Nelson

Home desk

Vitra

As graceful as it is decorative: this Home Desk with its refined, elegantly produced base and understated colours is one of George Nelson's design classics. Originally conceived as a ladies desk, today it has many uses as a small workstation at home.

Designed by George Nelson in 1958. Manufactured by Vitra, this is the original and licenced edition. 

Details

Material
Chromed metal tubing, writing surface in white laminate, wraparound wooden
frame in walnut veneer, drawer piders in plastic.

Dimensions
W990mm × D723mm, Writing surface H740mm, Total H867mm

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George Nelson

American designer George Nelson is responsible for some of the most well-known pieces of mid-century design, including the Ball Clock for Vitra and the Bubble Lamp for Herman Miller – now included in MoMA’s permanent collection.

Although originally trained as an architect, Nelson created furniture, exhibition and graphic design, and contributed over 150 magazine articles and a dozen books over the course of his career. Nelson designed his first furniture collection for Herman Miller in 1945 having caught the company’s eye with his modular Storage Wall, becoming design director at the company by 1947, and overhauling everything from its products to its graphics and marketing materials. He was also responsible for recruiting designers including Charles and Ray Eames and Isamu Noguchi for the company.

Nelson left behind a catalogue of designs that have become iconic examples of their era.