Vanderson's Naturally Simple Desktop

Vanderson's Naturally Simple Desktop

Anthony Nguyen
Jan 19, 2011

We don't think there's anything like the simple mix of modern tech with a handful of natural light. Case in point is Vanderson Arruda, who works a developer by trade, manages to infuse his interior design style that goes hand in hand with his trendy lookin' web projects.

Using a combination of Apple products, Dr. Dre Beats headphones, and some quirky toys that infuse a punch of personality into an otherwise very sterile palette. The added colors, however, do manage to build on the space, adding a unique punch without the clutter that often comes with collections that are placed on the desk as decor.

So what's the magic trick here to pull off the space here? It may not seem like much and may be already quite obvious to most of you, but it's a function of geometry, similar shapes, and good ol' natural light from the skylight above the desk. There's the repetition in geometrics - a time-tested technique we've seen time and time again - with the bamboo (we think that's bamboo) plant in the back that adds a nice balancing act of totally complementary and nature.

What do you guys think of Vanderson's desktop? Is it too clean for comfort or just perfect?

[Via Deskography]

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