Rhoom is a Los Angeles based designer and manufacturer that advocates simplicity and functionality. I guess that's why this piece is simply and functionally called "Desk #230." Anything else you need to know, you can find on the Web site. Well, almost.
The #230 manages to be bold and minimalist at the same time. Bold because the designer chose to balance a built-in flower vase on the right with a small top-mounted cabinet on the left. (And mounted flush with the front of the desk, to boot.) Minimalist because, aside from those features, there's only a drawer to distinguish this piece. It's also relatively minimal in size, at 64" wide, 12" deep and 30" high.
Unless the #230 comes with a keyboard drawer, I don't think many people will be able to get a computer situated usefully on this desk. Twelve inches doesn't seem like enough room (or Rhoom) to get a keyboard and a display on. But it still makes an awesome writing desk.
I think the Rhoom Web site is a little too minimal, because I can't find pricing on it. There is contact info, though, so you can get in touch with them if you're interested.