Swish Ex­ec­u­tive Study

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Pal­ette by &Tra­di­tion Jaime Hayon en­vi­sioned this desk for multi-taskers who are al­ways bal­anc­ing a range of projects. Sus­pended on a stain­less-steel frame, its two sur­faces keep pa­per­work sep­a­rated while evok­ing the ki­netic en­ergy of an Alexan­der Calder mo­bile. It’s paired here with Hayon’s sin­u­ous Catch chair in pur­ple wool-blend up­hol­stery with black oak legs. $3795 FOR DESK; $1685 FOR CHAIR, AT MJÖLK, 2959 DUN­DAS ST W MJOLK.CA

Boom by Tom Dixon An el­e­vated take on the tra­di­tional draft­ing lamp, this solid alu­minum desk mate is per­fect for the es­tab­lished ar­chi­tect who’s just made part­ner. Three cir­cu­lar joints on the stick-thin arms al­low the bulb to be tipped and tilted while adding geo­met­ric flair. Also avail­able in a brushed alu­minum fin­ish. $400, AT KLAUS, 300 KING ST E KLAUSN.COM

Cir­cle No. 3 by Rug Star Rep your love of the ul­ti­mate pro­duc­tiv­ity booster – java – with this Bauhaus-es­que area rug’s cof­fee bean-like shapes. Hand-knot­ted in Nepal, the 1.8-by-2.4-me­tre Ti­betan wool and silk car­pet is soft enough to nap on when your caf­feine-high crashes. $7950, AT WEAVER’S ART, 1400 CASTLEFIELD AVE WEAVERSART.COM

Com­pile by Mu­uto Avail­able in black, grey or white, this min­i­mal­ist pow­der­coated steel stor­age sys­tem com­bines su­per-thin shelves and barely there sup­port­ing tubes that won’t ob­scure the natural beauty of an in­dus­trial space. Cus­tom­ize the num­ber and spac­ing of ledges to match the size of your book and tro­phy col­lec­tions. CALL FOR PRIC­ING, AT TORP INC., 245 DAVENPORT RD, STE #200 TORPINC.COM

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