Going back 40 years in the history of modern furniture, we find an icon of product design. In 1970 Ernest Igl designed a desk that has become a collector’s piece among connoisseurs and acquired a cult following at international auctions. This groundbreaking, legendary desk is now being produced again as a limited edition.
Ernest Igl understood that conventional materials such as wood, glass or steel were not compatible with his design concepts: “People allow the limited capabilities of wood and steel processing equipment to determine the style of their furniture – even- surfaced, angular, cold and aggressive”. He reallized that his “structured softness” could only be manufactured using synthetic materials.
Under license of Sensufaktur Tobias Brandstetter this classic desk is now being manufactured again. Every desk in this limited edition is numbered. The desk is made of a special high-grade polyurethane mix that is 100% recyclable. It comes in a soft matt finish and is available in four typical colors: pearl-white, deep-black, metallic-gray and metallic-orange or any individual color according to RAL. On each side of the desk there are three steel, full-extension, soft-stop drawers.