Electa desk, personal writing desk covered with soft leather

Designer:
Archirivolto

Wood structure completely covered in soft leather with orange hide leather details.

Dim. cm. L 100 x P 90 x H 72.

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€ 6.595,00
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Available materials and colours

An exclusive personal desk. That’s how we can call this stylish writing desk.
A seven-star product with a shape of extreme sobriety and a look that instantly evokes elegance, comfort and preciosity.

Design by Archirivolto.

 

Electa desk has a wood structure completely covered in soft leather with hide-leather details.

Compartment with removable object-holder and container carrying-cables, both in walnut. Opening compartment by a removable magnetic knob.

Here we propose you its version in a vivid and fresh orange colour.

Of course, several leather colours are still available. Don’t hesitate to contact us to customize your writing desk according to your needs. E-mail us at info@italydreamdesign.com

 

The size is cm. 100 x 90 x h. 72. It weighs 75 kg.

Width (cm)

100

Height (cm)

72

Depth (cm)

90

Weight (kg)

75

Volume (m³)

0,90

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Archirivolto

Archirivolto was founded in 1983 by Claudio Dondoli and Marco Pocci as an industrial planning, design and architecture studio. While studying Architecture in Florence, Claudio, Marco and some friends put up an experimental theatre group. When they decided to focus their joint efforts on design, consolidating their ties of friendship, their interest in theatre strongly influenced the set-up of their new studio, drenched in creativity, sense of reality, respect and attention for the public. Keen on gaining an insight into the world of production and the market, they started off managing an interior decoration shop. For Archirivolto design is beauty, harmony and freedom and cannot therefore be bound by strict, pre-established rules, nor can it be the privilege of a social or cultural elite. The designer is committed to creating beauty for everyone and to make design approachable for an ever-increasing number of people.