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Furtif desk is a striking futuristic piece of furniture designed by awarded French designer Daniel Rode for Roche Bobois. With its beveled lines and futuristic form the Furtif desk exhibits a very bold and captivating design language. The spectator is left speechless before this distinctive and dynamic writing desk. The Furtif desk seems to defy gravity with it spectacular cantilevered design and futuristic prismatic volumes, while its angular shape resembles a stealth fighter aircraft ...

Furtif desk is a striking futuristic piece of furniture designed by awarded French designer Daniel Rode for Roche Bobois. With its beveled lines and futuristic form the Furtif desk exhibits a very bold and captivating design language. The spectator is left speechless before this distinctive and dynamic writing desk. The Furtif desk seems to defy gravity with it spectacular cantilevered design and futuristic prismatic volumes, while its angular shape resembles a stealth fighter aircraft ...

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futuristic architecture, kuta beach, future buildings, futurist design, futuristic construction, marine research center, bali, indonesia, so...

What happens when you connect the finest materials, modern design, futuristic vision, experience and passion for beauty? Now we have the answer!

What happens when you connect the finest materials, modern design, futuristic vision, experience and passion for beauty? Now we have the answer!

Known for its futuristic designs, a global firm lined the walls of a Tokyo orthodontics clinic with pieces of calcium silicate, cut through with trails of LED lights, to create an out-of-this-world space. The panels can also move vertically, into the lighting cavities, if there is an earthquake. Read on for more innovative architecture design.

Known for its futuristic designs, a global firm lined the walls of a Tokyo orthodontics clinic with pieces of calcium silicate, cut through with trails of LED lights, to create an out-of-this-world space. The panels can also move vertically, into the lighting cavities, if there is an earthquake. Read on for more innovative architecture design.