With a sophisticated and contemporary aesthetic, Cupertino from BoConcept is much more than just a mere desk.
November 13th, 2013
BoConcept has just released the new Cupertino desk, which merges great functionality, modern technology and the refined minimalism of Scandinavian design. BoConcept have been creating high-quality furniture for the urban-minded customer since 1952, and their years of experience and are clearly evident in this piece.
The Cupertino desk, which comes in either white or black with exposed oak detailing, is an ‘all-you-need’ desk. It includes integrated Bluetooth enabled speakers, which are designed to fit the table for a complete look, and offer a full Hi-Fi experience so they can be used as a home audio system.
Compartments for easy cable management and storage are hidden underneath oak panels that provide a warm contrast to the white lacquer or black-stained oak veneer. The small size (H74.5xW140xD60cm) and clean lines of the table makes it very easy to fit an efficient work space without having a traditional office look.
The new Cupertino desk from BoConcept elegantly combines audio, working space and storage, and is currently available in more than 260 BoConcept stores worldwide.
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