The trend right now is for sleek, minimal desks with no drawers. But people still need storage, which has led to aftermarket add-on designs like Zenlet's Rack Series and Otis Racks"
The latest we've seen is this Extended Drawer, by industrial designer Taku Yahara.
It's large enough to hold a laptop, and then some.
The structure is metal, with the top part clad in leather. It clamps to the underside of the desk via two user-tightened knobs.
While what we're seeing here are undoubtedly renderings, Yahara writes that it went into production last year, by client Melco Holdings Inc.
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