Formr’s underSTUDY desk hits just the right note as we begin to ease into the post-COVID era.
I don’t say that just because it’s a slick and streamlined solution for working at home in small spaces, but also because it’s socially and culturally prescient.
The manufacturer, San Francisco-based Formr, supports two major social causes: sustainability and recidivism.
Just so, all of Formr’s products are made of construction waste—materials that would otherwise end up in a landfill. The company also makes a habit of hiring formerly incarcerated individuals, “giving people hope for a successful fresh start and a second chance.”
An item like underSTUDY is thus doubly meaningful. Consumers get a cool and highly functional product with absolutely zero qualms about what their dollars are supporting.
underSTUDY comes in three widths: 17.5, 24, and 33.5 inches. Colors include off-white, charcoal, chartreuse, dark orange, and teal.