Litho by Thibault Desombre
for Ligne Roset

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Cologne 2013: French brand Ligne Roset has launched an asymmetric desk by French designer Thibault Desombre.

Litho by Thibault Desombre for Ligne Roset

The Litho desk was shown by Ligne Roset at trade fair imm cologne last week and features a natural oak veneer top with drawer on the left-hand side, plus a satin-lacquered desk top at an angle on the right-hand side.

Litho by Thibault Desombre for Ligne Roset

The desk is set on tapered oak legs that are cross-braced with steel framing. The desk comes in white, mustard, caramel or deep khaki.

Litho by Thibault Desombre for Ligne Roset

"To successfully create an object one must outline what is essential in order to give it meaning," says Thibault Desombre. "Litho is a poetic approach to the workspace."

Litho by Thibault Desombre for Ligne Roset

For the past two years cabinet-maker Thibault Desombre has been working as a consultant designer for French mail order brand La Redoute. We've featured projects from La Redoute before, including A+A Cooren's Y Collection of furniture.

Litho by Thibault Desombre for Ligne Roset

imm cologne took place from 14 to 20 January and other products launched at the fair included a vanity shelf by Outofstock for Ligne Roset, a DIY curtain kit by the Bouroullec brothers and a bench based on the famous Barcelona Chair by Konstantin Grcic.

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  • sor perdida

    Some truly fresh and elegant design from Ligne Roset; the first one in a long period of flirting (too early!) with the 1980s.

  • Peter

    Love the style, lines and colour, but am I a complete Luddite for wondering where the cables go? I’m assuming this type of table is a writing desk in a wealthy minimalist home that has a whole other room for the real things that one needs to simply take care of a home, computer, bills, insurance etc, let alone as a home office. Should I be viewing this as “high” fashion that will filter down to accessible mass-produced furniture?

  • http://piccolearchitetture.blogspot.it/ ella

    Very nice!