Minimal or customizable with accessories and finishes, Bross desks represent the ideal complement for the home office, combined with the most recent collections of upholstered seats.
As a recent social evolution, home working has revolutionized the link with the traditional office and has required a clear rethinking of domestic space.
To design work areas at home by embracing every style requirement, Bross offers two different collections of desks and families of enveloping upholstered seats, which can be chosen in combination.
Designed by Victor Vasilev, Cut desk is defined by a central incision that animates the rectangular top and divides it into two different functional areas, the lowest for the PC or tablet, the highest for storing objects and accessories. Functional also for the passage of power cables, the central opening characterizes the aesthetics of this desk, available in one dimensional variant only. The top is available in various wood essences, with contrasting edging and the structure is available in black metal.
The Rohe desk has a light structure, in a black painted or brushed bronze finish, and a stained or lacquered ashwood top, that can be completed with a central lower drawer. Designed by Marco Zito, the collection is versatile and can be accessorized, in line with different needs: the tubular metal base can be integrated with a LED source, a textile edge border to be positioned on one, two or three sides of the top, and a small pin tray.
The Baltea seating collection, designed by Marco Zito, is defined by a soft and concave shape combined with the lightness of the metal tubing, in a black, brushed bronze or customizable finish, which describes the four-legged base and the armrest, imagined as its natural continuation. The shell is available in a wide range of coverings, in fabric or leather.
An icon of the Bross catalog for more than ten years, born from the collaboration with Enzo Berti, the Break seating family includes a comfortable office version with backrest and also with armrests, and a four- or five-star metal base, available with wheels, which allows the maximum ergonomics in work contexts. The rhythmic succession of the vertical quilted front of the backrest calls for an elegant, contemporary decoration, enhanced with customization in leather or fabric.
The upholstered shell in leather or fabric and the curved element in solid ashwood in different finishes, which defines both the backrest and the armrests, finally describe Yuumi, designed by Michael Schmidt. The office configuration is completed with a swivel and height-adjustable structure, with a central column and four-star base in black metal.