To create collaborative and fluid workspace, NON designed the COMMON DESK, a large surface with a playful approach to organization and dividing workstations. “We designed a pair of desks similar to COMMON for our studio a couple of years ago and they changed the way we worked. That’s how COMMON was born.” Says Scott Franklin. “The one addition was the divider system because Miao’s mess would often drift onto my area of the desk.” Acrylic panels drop into a modular array slots in the tabletop creating movable bookends, folders and dividers that can be personalized. Taking it a step further, COMMON glows, keeping those who work late illuminated. A cable trough runs through the axis as a roomy home for cords, power supplies and hard drives. Made of laser cut aluminum, COMMON is available powder coated in any combination of Pantone colors.