This Modular Desk Set Can Easily Move from Office to Home

published May 24, 2020
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During the past couple of months, many people have had to completely change the way they work in response to the pandemic. Even as offices begin reopening, they’ll have to make changes to accommodate physical distancing. One thing that might help is adaptable, modular furniture, like the Ziggy Table and Stool, a lightweight, compact set that can be used as an individual desk or part of a communal workspace.

Designed by Brad Ascalon for Hightower, the Ziggy Table and Stool are wedge-shaped with a 60-degree angle, so they can be pushed together into a group of six tables. The leather stool fits perfectly beneath the wood-and-steel table, and the tables are stackable with each other for convenient storage. You can also mix and match, pulling the table up to a couch or the stool up to a different table or desk.

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“The modern workspace is built around versatility and adaptability. Pieces need to fit in with a user’s changing needs throughout the day and the Ziggy Table and Stool were designed to do exactly that,” writes Hightower.

“Whether utilized for solo work or combined in groups for collaboration, these pieces fit with the needs of the ever-changing office and public environments.”

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While the stool has two color options, the table has nine for the wooden top and ten for the coated steel. At $895 for the stool and $795-1020 for the table, these pieces are not cheap, but they offer an interesting take on office furniture that can easily adapt to changing needs.

The Ziggy Table and Chairs will be available July 2020. You can browse the Ziggy look book here and purchase the pieces when they go on sale here.