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Normann Copenhagen - Journal Desk

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$732.00 incl. VAT, plus shipping

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Minimalist Desk

The Journal desk by Normann Copenhagen is a spacious table with coloured table top and light steel frame, designed by Simon Legald. The desk with function and a restrained design, allows to be versatile combined in the working area as well as in the living room.

With Cable Sockets and Steel Drawer

Practical details make the Journal Desk to the perfect work table. Cable allow to be discreetly lowered thanks to slots on the back of the table and a steel drawer underneath the tabletop provides storage space for writing instruments. The desk has enough room for everything needed for a creative work and is designed, so that it takes as little space as possible in the room.

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Item no. 140871
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Material Laminated table top; legs: powder-coated steel; drawer: steel
Colour White
Dimensions Height: 74 cm, Depth: 65 cm, Length: 130 cm
Weight 24 kg (without packaging)
EAN 5712396014503
Design Simon Legald
Category Desks, Secretary Desks

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Normann Copenhagen Journal Desk desk in black

3 of 5 stars 2019-05-14, , Normann Copenhagen - Journal Desk, black
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Automatically translated from German

Dear ladies and gentlemen, the black desk Journal Desk by Normann Copenhagen (design: Simon Legald) consists of a laminated tabletop, powder-coated steel table legs and a steel drawer. It is 130 cm wide, 65 cm deep and 74 cm high. The desk has a recess for cables to pass through. The recess is closed with a lid with a hole. Without this lid the pure plywood panel would be visible. The delivery takes place in a really careful packing and in individual parts. The assembly with the attached "tool" is in my opinion simply impossible and even with a high-quality Makita impact drill a torment, because two of six threads were not executed carefully enough and the cross beam could be fastened thus only with 6 screws. The desk is still stable, yet this is no glory for the quality control of the Danish premium brand! I did not have a return or a new delivery because the table looks really good and fits perfectly to my Case Furniture 675 chair and I did not want to sacrifice another day of vacation for a shipping delivery.

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