The 104 Desk is comprised of an industrial fiberglass top and steel legs that are powder coated, have adjustable feet and are removable. The desktop is equipped with a grommet for cord access and the back rail is slightly curved to provide a resting spot for pens.
Our manufacturer fabricates the 104 Desk using a hand lay-up process. This is the oldest and simplest method for making fiberglass designs with an open mold. This process is used for lower volumes and is more labor intensive but incredibly strong; it’s frequently used to make boat hulls. Layers of fiberglass are piled onto a custom mold and then a resin is poured on top, a process which must be monitored so that entrapped air can be squeezed out as the resin begins to cure and harden.
L 40" x W 20" x H 22-31"
Fiberglass and Steel
The work of Kristen Wentrcek and Andrew Zebulon focuses on the manipulation and transformation of industrial materials, through a language rooted in furniture design and architecture. They strive to stir the subconscious through the visceral familiarity of these materials.