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Han Solo in Carbonite Desk
For real fans only, this custom Star Wars desk features Han Solo trapped in carbonite underneath the glass. It’s an epic reminder that while you might be stuck at work, things could always be worse.
The Dynamic Desktop
This entire desk is a touch screen that responds to physical objects. And there’s more …
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The desk by Ideum also allows you to unlock new features by placing anything from your coffee cup to your phone on the touch screen.
Pons + Huot Offices
Before architect Christian Pottgiesser reimagined the space for joint firms Pons and Huot, this building was an unused 19th-century factory. Now it’s one of the coolest workspaces in the world.
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With glass bubbles that serve as cubicles and trees growing through the tables, the Pons + Huot offices make working whimsical.
This workstation has four positions: sit, stand, collaborate, and focus (which lets you lie down). It emphasizes comfort and functionality with a magnet to keep your computer, keyboard, and mouse in place.
Instead of driving to work in a Lamborghini, why not just work in one? Now you can.
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With candy-painted drawers and a sleek glass table, this desk is a real showstopper … all for a mere $14,995.
This Nebbessa Desk, by Turkish design studio Nu00fcvist, is all about challenging the rules of design and gravity. Waves inspire much of Nu00fcvist’s work, including this one-legged desk and side table.
If a one-legged desk is too stressful for you, check out the Nuvska Table, also by Nu00fcvist. The crisp, looping design of this desk is oh-so-satisfying and practical.
The L3p D3sk 2015 is the latest and greatest of Dutch engineer Peter Brands’ liquid-cooled computer desks.
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The L3p D3sk marries form and function with a cooling system that will keep your PC running during a long gaming session all while looking like an alien vessel from the future.
This stormtrooper-themed desk is another stunning example of Brands’ ability to beautifully construct a liquid-cooling desk.
The CEO Desk
This desk by Staffan Holm Design Studio elegantly combines two seemingly contradictory things: 18th century French design and LEGOs. Sleek and sexy, this modern rococo masterpiece definitely lives up to its name.
If a regular desk with no living creatures inside of it is too boring for you, why not work on a 600-gallon fish tank?
Emperor 151 LX
With a reclinable chair, a Bose sound system, and the ability to add up to five monitors, the Emperor 151 LX creates an immersive work or gaming experience. It can all be yours for $5,305.
These shelves and desk are one fluid, bamboo-laminated unit. They are both elegant and renewable.
Is one flat surface not enough? Don’t fret. The BendDesk has a multi-touch screen that lets you use vertical and horizontal surfaces to virtually organize your work.