Andrew and Jane Daines founded Chassie on the idea that you’ll be more creative and productive if you do your life’s work from a workspace that is beautiful, functional, and uniquely you. Each Chassie desk is made by this duo at their Bronx studio. The pieces feature original art prints by twelve artist collaborators on top and are loaded with technology and features underneath for maximum getting stuff done. Chassie is dedicated to bold design, creativity, productivity, and sustainability.
We are all about integrating colorful graphics and patterns into work surfaces. The big idea is that you might spend a quarter of your life at a desk - it's literally where you do your life's work - so it ought to be beautiful, personal, and functional. NOT boring.
This Chassie essential desk takes the brilliant limited edition work of architect Stefano Pasqualetti and breaks it down to its bare materials and essentials. Exposed, finished plywood edges with aerospace grade aluminum legs and fasteners exposed in all their glory at an attainable price.
This Chassie essential desk take the brilliant limited edition work of artist Ivy Tai and breaks it down to its bare materials and essentials. Exposed, finished plywood edges with aerospace grade aluminum legs and fasteners exposed in all their glory at an attainable price.
An ode to the creativity and invention that takes place in one's trusty notebook. Designed by the pun-loving illustrator Steph Stilwell, this desk brims with encouragement to keep striving after your wildest dreams.
Materials: FSC certified baltic birch plywood and powder coated aluminum
Includes: Invisible charging, 2 power ports and 2 USB ports, remarkable wood, and floating shelf
This Chassie essential desk takes a beautiful walnut top and pairs it with the bare essentials. Exposed, finished walnut edges with aerospace grade aluminum legs and fasteners exposed in all their glory at an attainable price.
Milton Glaser offers an inspired and playful take on, in his words "Art Deco... whatever that means." The creator of I Heart NY and founder of New York Magazine, Glaser stands alone in his cultural impact through graphic design. Only 73 works per size will be produced in a nod to Glaser's 1973 iconic work that became a global phenomenon. We Love NY too.
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