John Muir is remembered today because of his prolific writing about naturalism and conservation at the end of the 19th and early 20th centuries. We can, in large part, thank him for the existence of National Parks. His rapturous writings captured the minds and hearts of a generation, reminding them that mankind does indeed need beauty in as much as it needs bread to survive, that natural places were significant as well as vulnerable. With his writings, he advocated for natural beauty to be inherently valued, not merely as a resource, but by nature of its very existence.
Please use this desk to leave your own mark on history, hopefully one with as much or even more fervor than its namesake.
Price: Starting at $3650
Pictured: 70" long / 30" tall / 22" wide. All solid Oregon Black Walnut. Soft close drawer hardware.
Available in any domestic hardwood: