Wednesday, July 21, 2004

roma. mobile. work. unit.


I don't draw much of a line between work space and living space anymore. It all sort of blends together, and I tend to look for furniture that blends too. The Roma Mobile Work Unit from G.A.D. does some pretty serious blending, and looks like something I might get a lot of use out of. The name needs a bit of work, though.


deskable? tablesk?
I can see why G.A.D. calls this a "unit," since it's not quite a table and not quite a desk, though it has a bit of both in its pedigree. (Tablesk? Deskable? Nah...) The two main features are a table top that can be extended and rotated to use as a work surface, and drawers that can be opened from either side (cool!). Combine those features with some good looks and wheels, and you've got a pretty handy furniture unit indeed.

unit. price
I didn't see a price for this on the G.A.D. site (admittedly, I didn't look very hard), but they do ship to other countries, so at least those of us in the U.S. have a hope of getting one.

6 Comments:

Blogger Milo said...

Whee!
That's one thing that I've seen on Funfurde that I might actually buy, in place of ogling with no intention of purchase.

6:07 PM  
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Blogger mohammad said...

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11:27 AM  
Blogger Peg said...

Now that one is really neat! Could get alot of use from it! Where do you find all this weird furniture!
Interesting.

7:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks difficult to order in the US. I emailed them but they did not respond.

8:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GAD furniture is now available in the US from www.greatnordicdesign.com

1:52 PM  

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