Babylon Tower Desk by Andréason & Leibel
by Ted Savage / April 3, 2013
A seemingly random wooden stack, Babylon Tower Desk by Andréason & Leibel is in fact a carefully thought out personal space, inspired by the 16th century Tower of Babel painting by Breugal.


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It assembles with magnetic screws, and collapses into a flat pack. In lacquered larch wood.

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Launching at Milan Design Week, along with the Red Dot Award-winning Swedish design firm's sign-carrying angry mob-inspired Hedonist Heads.

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