The desk designed by Mandalaki Studio accommodates electrical outlets and USB ports in the structure of the leg that stays on top of the table.

In a world dominated by technology, rapidly evolving, the Studio Mandalaki's aim is to reflect on the meaning of today's design of a chair, a table or a lamp.
In apertura e sopra: Studio Mandalaki, MandalakiTable, 2013

The creative process stems from the clear analysis of the daily life and tries to give concrete answers to the new ergonomic, aesthetic and cultural needs.



The relationship with electronic devices is changing rapidly, and the number of portable applications is growing day by day: for this reason the Studio Mandalaki has as its target the development of a set of appliances for the home and office that integrate access to electricity, ease of assembly, and adapt to new needs in order to simplify the user's actions.

Studio Mandalaki, MandalakiTable, 2013

The MandalakiTable accommodates the digital lifestyle: electrical outlets and USB ports are directly accessible on the work surface, integrated in the structure of the leg that stays on top of the table, to power all the devices we cannot renounce using. It has no screws or joints and can be easily assembled and disassembled to fit different environments in continuous transformation.

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