Ariake’s Sagyo desk is a Japanese interpretation of a functional and versatile workstation. The Sagyo desk is aptly named: Sagyo is Japanese and means ”work”. The sleek and spare desk, designed by Keiji Ashizawa, can also be used as a vanity for example in the bedroom.

The solid wood Sagyo desk features beautiful sloping legs and a backplate for added peace and privacy. If you like, you can complete the design with a separately sold magnetic shelf and mirror – the small shelf adds convenient storage space above the desk, and the round mirror allows you to use your workstation also as a dressing table.


Sagyo desk, black



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Sumi ink painted, matt lacquered ash
120 cm
47 cm
73 cm
35 kg

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Keiji Ashizawa

Keiji Ashizawa (b. 1973) is a Japanese designer based in Tokyo, whose designs are rooted in the attempt of realising the full potential of each material in relation to the function of both the material and the product. Based on this idea, the simple, refined and light shapes typical of Ashizawa’s designs are formed organically during the design process. A particular influence for Ashizawa’s approach to design comes from his ten years of experience as an architect and a steel fabricator before his career as a designer.

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