As work from home is beginning more and more common, having a desk both integrated in the house environment and matching with today’s way of working becomes a challenge for many industrial designer. Personal electronics and office supplies are two main groups of objects we have on the desk. Without proper organization, they just becomes a mess. The concept desk designed by Francois Dransart aims to de-clutter the mess by providing lots of item-specific storage while also hiding cables and wires. The smooth wooden tabletop has several rectangular gaps around its sides and back edge, accommodating the slotting in of storage boxes for everything from cable clutter to notebooks and writing utensils. Moreover, the desk is a modular system which can be rearranged to the user’s functional necessity and aesthetic taste.