Tenderete is a clean, modular desk that adapts to a user’s needs. Designed by Adolfo Navarro and Joshua Allen, this workstation celebrates minimal design that’s also highly multifunctional. Its extensions and accessories make it easy to create the perfect desk for your space, whether it also acts as a place to hang your keys, hold lots of books, or simply, a flat space to lay out your tech. It was also created without using any nails, screws, or welding, Tenderete was the first place winner of the National Furniture Design Contest DIMUEBLE 2015 in Mexico.
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