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Rectangular wooden writing desk with drawers

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Rectangular wooden writing desk with drawers



World Architects Collection is a tribute to the most consecrated architects in history, with an exclusive and limited collection of furniture pieces.‎ World Architects combines the designer’s vision and the mastery of the artisans, allied with innovative and bold techniques, with a constant search for new materials to conceive the best design.‎
This collection displays Malabar’s acute sensibility for modern design.‎ A predilection for the minimalist and geometric lines of modernism, a variety of rich woods and materials, results in a sophisticated, elegant and superbly refined contemporary collection.‎

The Hood Modern Luxury Desk is inspired by a landmark skyscraper located in New York City, the American Radiator Building.‎ The black-and-gold edifice was built in the 20s by the famous architect Raymond Hood, who had the help of the French architect Andre Fouilhoux.‎ The Hood modern desk features a black lacquered wooden structure, perfectly finished in high gloss varnish, having the work area – as well as the front of the drawers – smoothly upholstered in genuine leather, turning any living area into a stylish interior design space.‎ The interiors of the drawers are lined with luxurious black velvet.‎ The sophisticated black structure is the invitation for the elegant and stunning polished brass legs, which its shape will bring all the glamour of the art deco era to your own living space.‎ Hood Desk is part of World Architects Collection.‎

Lacquered wooden structure finished with high gloss varnish with the work area upholstered in genuine leather.‎ Front of drawers upholstered with genuine leather and the interior lined with luxurious black velvet.‎ Legs in Polished Brass.‎

Further info from manufacturer on HOOD
W 170 cm | 66.9"
D 70 cm | 27.6"
H 78 cm | 30.7"

WORLD ARCHITECTS Collection by Malabar
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