Intriguing and weird, the Volt desk, designed by the Dutch artist, Reinier de Jong, is absolutely one thing to recollect. Okay, right here´s a yellow desk. So, what?! Nicely, the small print make it look notably odd and enjoyable. Volt is solely manufactured from plywood and it appears like a fluid piece of furnishings. The legs appear built-in within the desk prime. Undoubtedly, this is likely one of the gadgets that match those that love uncommon design parts sprinkled round their houses. What actually grabbed our consideration have been the legs, which have a triangular form and the playful geometric-like look.
Volt is each minimal and dynamic. The color could be simply chosen, relying in your tastes. It isn’t essential to be yellow. Furthermore, this can be very sensible, being vast sufficient to make room for six chairs. You possibly can place it within the kitchen (it’ll look funky and it’ll add a glimpse of enjoyable to the setting) and even outdoors, on the terrace. The Rotterdam designer stated that Volt is a desk with a type that appears unattainable like an Escher drawing. It continues to fascinate resulting from its elusive look.