The Vaneau Writing Desk by Alexandre de Rouvray, with its fine steel legs, stained glass tops and oak veneered drawers, combines lightness and elegance. Its very pure line, with no screws or hardware, highlights the finesse of the materials and finishes.

Credit pictures: Théo Baulig

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Mobilier National

Alexandre de Rouvray

vaneau writing desk

Mobilier National
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£2,270
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Designed by Alexandre de Rouvray
Included in the permanent collection of the Mobilier national
Limited edition of 8 pieces
Tabletop in grey tinted tempered glass
Drawers in beech veneered plywood with crowne cut oak
Base in steel with mat black powder coated finish

W 100 x D 55 x H 84 cm
W 39.4″ x D 21.7″ x H 33.1″

W 100 x D 55 x H 84 cm
W 39.4″ x D 21.7″ x H 33.1″
Handmade in Europe
Production lead time: 10 weeks
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The Vaneau Writing Desk by Alexandre de Rouvray, with its fine steel legs, stained glass tops and oak veneered drawers, combines lightness and elegance. Its very pure line, with no screws or hardware, highlights the finesse of the materials and finishes.

Credit pictures: Théo Baulig

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