The Chirp desk was designed in collaboration with Sauder Woodworking for their "Future of Furniture" student design competition, with the intention to provide a work-from-home space for the millennial consumer that can transform to hide its contents when not in use. The large work surface has room to work with modern necessities like a laptop or tablet, and can pivot to close off the hutch similar to a traditional secretary desk. Built in storage holds smaller items like chargers and stationary. The bird-like form and bright colors accentuate a light-hearted sense to the desk, suggesting that work and play can coexist in the same space.
Chirp was designed from the ground up to be flat-packable and easily assembled by the end consumer. The design was selected by Sauder to be featured in their 2020 Highpoint Furniture Market showcase, with a full scale sample piece produced by their workshop.