Ligne Roset offers options for the home office with a dynamic duo of desks from Eric Jourdan and Rémi Bouhaniche: Alando and Briord.
Jourdan's Alando (pictured above) is an homage to the slim profiles and sleek designs of 1950s furniture.
A tubular metal frame in midnight blue combines with dark walnut—a complementary juxtaposition that highlights the desk's subtle interplay of texture, geometry, and color.
Reminiscent of a triptych-style picture frame, the tubing not only provides the structure, but also serves as a literal and metaphorical showcase for the desk as it supports and displays the worktop.
Also evoking iconic modern furniture design, Bouhaniche's Briord takes inspiration from the interplay between artificial and natural environments.
Briord's unique asynchronous form is the designer's interpretation of the Ligne Roset factory in Briord, France as seen from above, its skewed lines reflecting Bouhaniche's topographic vision of the meandering Rhone and surrounding mountains.
The streamlined design of both desks incorporates small drawers to accommodate a laptop and writing utensils. Find out more at Ligne Roset.
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