Portable desk: Mono workstation by Arco

Arco has launched the Mono workstation.

Designed by Uli Budde and Ivan Kasner, the portable desk has a slanted ledge perfectly sized for holding a bag. Because of its design, Mono facilitates different seating positions and is small enough to fit into various environments, including lounges, lobbies and waiting areas.

The four components of each desk (foam, steel, fabric and wood) can be separated, replaced and recycled. The upholstery can be removed thanks to the use of Velcro, and then cleaned (depending on the fabric) or possibly renovated. In addition, all parts can be renovated separately from each other, so that in the event of any damage the product can be easily repaired.

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Photo credit: Arco

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