The ‘Wave’ desk was designed by Georgia-based designer and craftsman Robert Brou . Creating the modern desk, a new ‘Slice’ technique had been used. Creating file folder storage with a drawer above, the desk design had a two-tower structure featuring towers sliced. One of the towers of the desk, there was a small drawer that included a pullout work surface on the top. Two and a half inch thick Poplar lumber carved as a random wavy pattern in the form of layers covered both the towers. Each of the layers, there was a three by four inch tall reveal, which eliminated the need to pull the drawer.
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