The Nelson Swag Leg Group is a revival
of an historic collection by George Nelson. Introduced in 1958, the group's evocative pieces have a look, scale, and function that are simply right for today. These classic, sculpted designs can be ...
With his Swag Leg Group, George Nelson didn't
try to design an innovation; the innovation resulted from his criteria for the design. He began with the legs, insisting that they be made of metal, machine formed, and pre finished. He ...
The Design With his Swag Leg Group, George
Nelson didn't try to design an innovation; the innovation resulted from his criteria for the design He began with the legs, insisting that they be made of metal, machine formed, and pre ...
Computer Desk – These desks
contain features for holding a
computer and its parts. It can
contain a keyboard tray and/or a
storage area for a CPU.
Writing Desk – These desks are
narrow and only contain room for
Secretary Desk – A secretary
desk contains a hinged door that
can be closed to hide the
contents on the desk.
Roll Top Desk – This desk has a
door that rolls into the desk.
When closed the door will hide
the contents of the desk
Armoire Desk – This is a desk
that is hidden in an armoire.
Only when the cabinets/doors are
opened will you see the desk. It
is typically much taller than an
average desk and contains lots
of drawers and shelves inside
Executive Desk – This is an
oversized wooden desk with
ornate detail on the front.
These desks usually contain a
large desk top surface area.
Reception Desk – This is an
office desk that is used in a
reception area. These desks
contain a short partition on the
desktop to provide privacy from
people on the other side of the
Leaning Desk – These desks lean
against the wall and do not
generally take up a lot of