The Desk That Gives Back

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Irish-made LOGÜ’s desks can be assembled and disassembled in less than 60 seconds

This morning.

LOGÜ is a father and son woodworking and design business based in Letterkenny, County Donegal.

John Logue writes:

 We have launched a new DESK + DONATE campaign to support struggling Irish charities this week.

We manufacture sustainable birch wood desks for remote workers and have pledged to donate 10% of profits from 2020’s corporate sales to a charity partner of each participating company’s choosing.

Companies signing up for the DESK + DONATE programme will be asked to nominate a charity partner. They will then be given a unique company code for employees to use on the LOGÜ website

LOGÜ’s stylish desks can be assembled and disassembled in less than 60 seconds, making them the perfect choice for remote workers who want to keep their work and home lives separate….

LOGÜ

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16 thoughts on “The Desk That Gives Back

  1. Broadbag

    Nice, looks more sturdy and stylish (the grey version) than other examples I’ve seen at that same price point, not sure about the riser, but love the coffee stand!

    1. SOQ

      And looks easy to assemble- Iv’e been battling with a bathroom cabinet from Lidl for a year and a half now.

  2. GiggidyGoo

    Ideal for students. Quick set up, quick take down. Flat.
    Wouldn’t be a bit of harm to offer them at reduced prices to students, through the union or whatever.
    They are pretty pricey, and at some stage the Chinese will knock them off.

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