Treviso Desk

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Designed by Matthew Hilton, 2009

The TREVISO DESK by Matthew Hilton imparts a rich, tactile quality of timelessness, elegance and durability. Launched in 2009, the clean, angular lines and subtle, ergonomic details of the TREVISO DESK make for a striking and functional workstation — perfect for creative professionals, dedicated scholars and remote workers alike.

Designed to enhance and increase productivity, the TREVISO DESK is a seamless complement to L.Ercolani’s versatile portfolio of chairs and modular workplace solutions. Unapologetically angular and geometric in form, the desk boasts a distinctive oblique profile with tilted wooden legs and discrete, built-in drawers.

The bold, architectural integrity of the TREVISO DESK draws awareness to the haptic, grounding qualities of natural wood. Offered in a rich, walnut and pale oak, the TREVISO DESK’s calming materiality complements a wide array of contemporary living and working spaces.

Product Description

The TREVISO DESK by Matthew Hilton imparts a rich, tactile quality of timelessness, elegance and durability. Launched in 2009, the clean, angular lines and subtle, ergonomic details of the TREVISO DESK make for a striking and functional workstation — perfect for creative professionals, dedicated scholars and remote workers alike.

Designed to enhance and increase productivity, the TREVISO DESK is a seamless complement to L.Ercolani’s versatile portfolio of chairs and modular workplace solutions. Unapologetically angular and geometric in form, the desk boasts a distinctive oblique profile with tilted wooden legs and discrete, built-in drawers. Whether working, studying or relaxing, the TREVISO DESK’s generous, carved table top provides ample space for laptops, notebooks and work supplies to fit comfortably. Users can use the two smaller drawers to house pens, small objects and stationary, while a hidden compartment on the underside of the desk offers a more spacious storage solution, should it be needed.

Dual-level platforms increase the aesthetic potential of the TREVISO DESK, offering an additional level on which a lamp or candle can be displayed. Whether the intention is to show off or blend in, the TREVISO DESK can be used both as a stylish, personalized showcase for design objects and artefacts or a simple, unadorned workspace, devoid of distractions.

The bold, architectural integrity of the TREVISO DESK draws awareness to the haptic, grounding qualities of natural wood. Offered in a rich, walnut and pale oak, the TREVISO DESK’s calming materiality complements a wide array of contemporary living and working spaces.

Specifications

Product Code
2334

Country of Origin
UK

Product Dimensions
Width: 122cm
Depth: 59cm
Height: 86cm

Product Weight
24kg

Assembly
Needs Assembling

Packaged Dimensions
33cm (L) x 132cm (W) x 83cm (H). 29kg

Delivered in 11 weeks

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