Swedish design duo Kristian Andréason and Kristin Leibel’s Babylon Tower Desk caught my eye because of its subtle ombre paint job, but then I realize it was even cooler than I imagined. It’s actually made using invisible magnetic screws so it is completely collapsible and portable. The design was inspired by the sixteenth century painting by Bruegel and, like the Tower of Babel, it easily collapses when needed.
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