The SMART DESK is a modern and functional Desk, which is adapted to today´s requirements for size and function. Initially, the desk is available in 2 different sizes with the measurements 100 x 50 cm and 120 x 60 cm. This desk has everything that you need to set up your up-to-date contemporary home office: Slim dimensions, ample storage space, and flawless electrical supplies for all devices and lighting. Everything is elegantly hidden inside the large drawer or beneath the console. Mobile phones, iPads, laptop computers and lamps can be simultaneously supplied with electricity. This is made possible by two triple sockets in the drawer and on the underside of the desk. A small movable box with an attachment allows for tidy organisation of the large drawer; if necessary, several such boxes can be inserted in the drawer. Matching the style of the Smart Desk, the “Squat” seat completes the arrangement. When not needed, the seat can be stowed away under the desk. Thanks to the large selection of 32 surfaces and colours and the different frame styles (stainless steel polished or stainless steel brushed) this desk fits into nearly every environment. Design: André Schelbach.
Yomei was established in 2006 by André Schelbach. He has been influenced by his practical work as a designer for the company s-designteam but has now developed his own personal style: a mix of artistic ambition and a healthy dose of pragmatism. The collection includes extraordinary pieces of functional furniture “Made in Germany”. The name Yomei comes from the Japanese and means “excellent”. Andre Schelbach lived in Japan for some time. As soon as you see Yomei furniture, you will immediately notice something special: fine contours, high quality materials, precise workmanship and intelligent designs that are often only revealed on second glance. Yomei stands for functionality in design. The young Yomei collection has already received an award for its unique combination of form and functionality. The versatile MAGIC DESK earned the coveted red dot design award in 2008.