Sage Sit-Stand Desk

Designed By David Rockwell

Inspired by the classic drafting desk, the Sage Sit-Stand Workbench and Desk transform from seating to standing and offer a contemporary solution for flexible work surfaces. Signature details such as rounded corners and soft waterfall edges add a sense of comfort and tactility. A 100% wool felt and natural cork privacy panel acts as a useful pinboard and space divider for the Workbench, which also features an illuminated arch. For the Desk, the panel folds up and down as the height is adjusted. Both offer integrated power and data and a helpful felt bag on the underside of the desks to organize cables.

The Sit-Stand Workbench and Desk are available in a range of timbers and finishes, including sycamore, oak, and walnut tops – all with natural oil finishes. The mechanics come in grey or black while all variations feature patinated copper detailing. 100% felt wool panels are available in a range of colours.  We have chosen our favourites – please call if you would like to details of the full colour range.


w1800 d900 h720-1220mm

Made with natural, sustainable and non-toxic materials, our furniture is made with human health and well-being in mind.

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Designed by David Rockwell, the Sage Collection offers moments of both refuge and prospect.

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About the designer

David Rockwell

Renowned architect David Rockwell is the founder of the Rockwell Group. The 250 person firm specialises in architecture to create extraordinary experiences. They have built environments across the globe, including restaurants, hotels, and airport terminals, to products, museum exhibitions, and Broadway sets.


A Transparent Approach

Our furniture has Red List Free Declare Labelling – an internationally recognised ingredients list for products that shows where it comes from, what it is made of and where it goes at the end of its life.  Red List Free means that our furniture is free of harmful toxic chemicals and meets the standards for WELL certified buildings.