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California-based designer Sean Woolsey continues in the tradition of the Agent Desk with a recent adaptation dubbed the Waterfall Desk. Originally designed for architect William Itzen, this minimal and asymmetrical version of the Agent Desk features a continuous grain flow of Black Walnut off one side with slim legs and a power strip off the other. The desk also includes signature features like a built-in leather mouse pad covered compartment that can only be opened with an include wood geode, Blum soft close drawer slides on the lockable drawer and magnetic power block to charge all your devices. If you want an asymmetrical desk with all the old world construction and new world technology that makes a desk great, the Sean Woolsey Studio Waterfall Desk is it. It’s one of the nicest desks we’ve ever come across.

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