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IMM Cologne: Asymmetrical Litho Desk from Ligne Roset

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 22, 2014 01:02 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Jan 21, 2014

Why bother with symmetry when asymmetry can look this nifty? Calling it a “poetic approach to the workspace,” French designer Thibault Desombre created this slightly off-kilter Litho desk for Ligne Roset, introduced last week at IMM Cologne. Litho’s oak veneer and tapered legs are stylish enough, but it’s the angled — Continue reading …




 

 

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Why bother with symmetry when asymmetry can look this nifty? Calling it a “poetic approach to the workspace,” French designer Thibault Desombre created this slightly off-kilter Litho desk for Ligne Roset, introduced last week at IMM Cologne. Litho’s oak veneer and tapered legs are stylish enough, but it’s the angled desk top that’s the attention-getter, its skewed geometry (expressed in 4 lacquered colors, including this spicy mustard), making a striking statement all its own. dezeen_Litho-by-Thibault-Desombre-for-Ligne-Roset_3ssdezeen_Litho-by-Thibault-Desombre-for-Ligne-Roset_6dezeen_Litho-by-Thibault-Desombre-for-Ligne-Roset_5sqdezeen_Litho-by-Thibault-Desombre-for-Ligne-Roset_1

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