Conceived by Danish designer Thor ter Kulve, the Opendesk Bundle Desk is a trestle-style workspace that’s deceptively simple, consisting of five pieces held together using slots and compression fittings inspired by Japanese joinery techniques. This means there are no tools required for assembly — you need nothing more than your two hands to put together the baltic plywood desk. And thanks to Opendesk’s “Open Making” alternative supply chain, customers can either download fabrication files on their own, or request quotes and source the fabrication out to a global community of local makers, regardless of location.

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