Milk Does A Body Good

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irst off, a big shout out to my friend Nafie, for turning me onto this dope workstation. Designed by Soren Rose, MILK is a workstation designed to not only minimize clutter, but to redefine a comprehensive and innovative workspace for the sake of enjoying where you work. I personally feel that a clutter free workstation makes work much more enjoyable, and additionally, I find that I’m more productive.

Overall, MILK seems to be a testament to Soren’s creative philosphy when it comes to anything design related:

“In a world where thousands of new products are born everyday, you really have to be able to offer something special. For the last 15 years, I have followed the design scene closely. Still, at the end of the day, my primary measurement has always been the same. It’s a simple question: Do I want this? I designed MILK for myself, not for anyone else. For me, it’s always personal. I needed a desk that was simple but never boring. Smart but not overly sophisticated. I wanted a desk worth falling for, so I created MILK. And to be honest, a year later, I’m still completely in love with it. Luckily, so are many fine friends all over the world, who, like me, appreciate a sleek aesthetic, smart function and good quality. In the future, I’ll continue to use my intuition and passion to create more great designs for myself, that I hope you will enjoy as much as I do.”

I really love how unpretentious Soren’s approach is when designing, especially for this table. Really encompassing a minimal aesthetic, it has everything that a workstation should have, without any unnecessary ornamentation or obtrusive features. Another plus+ is that MILK is built to last (as a workstation should be).

When you get the chance, be sure to visit milk.dk for more detailed specs.

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March 11, 2010

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