This locally sourced table is the foundation of our work here at Moss HQ in a very literal sense. A pair of X Task desks face each other, supporting the main workstations of our office. We can personally attest that they offer plenty of space for computers, files and even a full spread architectural drawings. (Note: like all the other furniture at […]
Inspired by the Futurist design of the Los Angeles airport’s Theme building, we bring you this sleek and shining LAX Desk.
Its a pretty well known fact that architects like to design furniture as well as buildings. Some pieces are dramatic, site specific one-offs, and others have become by-words in furniture design, instantly recognizable to any lay person, even if not always by designer. Curbed recently set up a slideshow to pose just that challenge to […]
There’s a newer version of this post: Read it here! Maybe it was The Jetsons 1960’s interpretation of futuristic furniture or my time in Southern California that explains my affinity for Googie style architecture. Unfortunately for the popularity of Googie architecture, it sounds strikingly similar to the world’s number one search engine. Nonetheless, the style was a continuation […]