In the late 1960s, a company called Dunlap produced the Dunlap Floor Machine, a machine that flat-outs would flatten a table in half with just a couple of clicks.
The company’s founder, Paul Dunlap, would later write that his flat-footed desk was “the single greatest invention of the twentieth century.”
Dunlap would go on to sell his company to General Electric.
In the 1970s, he would return to his roots, producing the Dunlaps Flat Earth Proof Desk.
The Dunlays Flat Earth Desk has long been a staple of the modern flat-topped desk, and in 2017, Dunlap released a new model.
It’s a flat-footed desk that features a flat surface, but it has a removable bottom plate that allows for easy assembly.
In addition, the Dunmells Flat Earth desk features a built-in magnetic base, which means you can replace it with an interchangeable flat foot that can be installed on any surface, from a wall to a door.
Dunlabs Flat EarthDesk is available for $4,995.00.