A Desk by Pierre Paulin, 1950


Monolithe vintage by Emmanuelle Vidal

A lovely 1950's desk by Pierre Paulin with 2 drawers in oak, a top in white Formica and legs in black lacquered metal.

Pierre Paulin (1927-2009) is one of the most famous French designer in the world. He began his carreer near the great decorator Marcel Gascoin before meeting success at the Salon des Arts Ménagers in 1953. He then started his partnership with the French manufacturer Thonet. During the 1960s, he worked with Artifort and created many seating with innovative materials and avant-garde design.


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DesignerPierre Paulin
Place of originFrance
Hauteur73 cm / 28,74 inches
Length100 cm / 39,37 inches
Profondeur60 cm / 23,62 inches
Transport France continentale60.00 €


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