PATCHWORK
console

W. 140 x H. 75 x D. 44 cm

Design Raphael NAVOT

The NATIV collection, which was designed by Raphael Navot for Roche Bobois, focuses on natural lines and organic shapes. The goal was to create a dialogue between nature and culture. The pieces of this collection highlight geometric craftmanship and luxurious materials. ...

Console, top with marquetry in walnut pieces and a hollow joint.(several finish available) Legs in defibered solid linden with Charbon stain. Many stains available.

Manufactured in Europe

Other versions available in the showroom

Console - Oak with black joint - W. 140 x H. 75 x D. 44 cm
Console - Oak with hollow joint - W. 140 x H. 75 x D. 44 cm
Console - Walnut with black joint - W. 140 x H. 75 x D. 44 cm
Console - Walnut with hollow joint - W. 140 x H. 75 x D. 44 cm
Console - Oak with black joint - W. 180 x H. 75 x D. 44 cm
Console - Oak with hollow joint - W. 180 x H. 75 x D. 44 cm
Console - Walnut with black joint - W. 180 x H. 75 x D. 44 cm
Console - Walnut with hollow joint - W. 180 x H. 75 x D. 44 cm

eco conceived

This product was identified as eco-designed by our qualitative assessment tool developed in collaboration with the CBAF. it has been positively evaluated according to 8 criteria corresponding to each stage of its life cycle Technological institute.

Design

Raphael Navot

Multidisciplinary, Raphael Navot identifies himself as a non-industrial designer. A graduate from Design Academy Eindhoven, he likes to combine artisanal know-how with contemporary methods, whether in his interior architecture projects or in his custom furniture orders. In Paris, Raphael Navot has produced the Club Silencio in collaboration with David Lynch, and the Hôtel National des Arts et Métiers. For Roche Bobois he has imagined the NATIV collection with natural and organic lines: a dialog between culture and nature combined with the mastery of geometry and spontaneous shapes, it is manufactured by hand with noble materials.

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