It’s the central column of Le Suisse, a double posting desk, that holds: desk tools, electrical outlets, up-the-rest-of-the-desk.
Details: A compact double posting desk, Le Suisse does use the central column to stiffen the structure with its mass, in addition to providing ample space for the stocking of “desk tools” and an electric system that allows for the connection of up to seven plugs.
“The composition of the stocking system is composed by five drawers of different measure on the frontal part; a ‘case tool’ thought for pencils, pens, rubber, ruler… removable with underlying space; and an open greater space in the back part of the central column.” says designer Giulio Parini.
“Four electric plugs are placed under the working surface, allowing the connection of fixes electric devices, while the other three plugs are positioned on the top part of the working surface for temporary electric devices.”
Le Suisse is made of oak veneer and powdercoated steel.
Photos: Julia de Cooker.