From a new, St. Louis, Missouri-based startup, Artifox, comes this collection of clean-lined flat-pack, easy-to-assemble furnishings, including desks (capable of supporting the work habits of those who prefer standing, too) and vertical bike racks, available in either a black walnut or white maple hardwood. In a nod to the whiteboard-crazed, 21st-century office, the desks in the collection include a writeable surface, integrated into the tabletop. For those who don't love the tech-casual aesthetic of white dry-erase boards and are going for a more traditional office look, black slate is also on offer. According to Dezeen, all Artifox products are manufactured in St. Louis and are available for purchase at Artifox's website. It's all the work of wife and husband duo Sarah and Dan Mirth.
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