Sawhorse 6 Pod Desk | 60W

Available in 4, 6 and 8 pods

Details and Options

  • Choose from 10 exclusive, UV stable, matte finish, powder-coat colors
  • Choose from 4 surface options
  • Pod of 60"W x 26"D individual worksurfaces
  • Flexible cable management
  • Available in a range of configurations
  • Mix and match color combinations
  • Minimal assembly required
  • GREENGUARD Gold and HPD Certified
  • Manufacturer’s warranty
  • Made (Well) in the USA

Dimensions

180"W x 56"D x 29"H


Color: Jet Black
Jet Black
Perfect White
Cool Charcoal
Fresh Mint
Warm Yellow
Raw Steel

Product Description

We've moved the iconic Sawhorse Desk out of the garage and into the workspaces of creative teams today. A desking system designed to accommodate growth, our Sawhorse Desk offers an elegant, efficient solution for organizing and celebrating your work-not hiding it.

Easy to install, offering flexible cable management, and available in a range of colors, surfaces, and configurations, this is a workhorse that is sure to support the weight of your big ideas.

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