Designer: Jacques Hauville
Description: this desk was designed by Jaques Hauville, French designer, then published in the 60's by Bema, Bureau d'Etudes Modernes Appliquées created by him in collaboration with Georges Dalberto. This desk consists of a mahogany structure with four tapered feet connected by a strut. It has two drawers at the left and right side, a central niche and a hanging shelf above the top.
This desk with its lines fits like a vintage piece sober and elegant.
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition, it has a small veneer restauration on the top, visible picture n°11.
Restoration: this product has been completely restored by our cabinetmaker partner.
Height: 98 cm
Height under the niche: 62 cm
Length: 106 cm
Profondeur: 67 cm
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