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W. 110 x H. 195 x D. 61 cm
(42.96"w x 76.17"h x 23.82"d)
Design Bruno Moinard
A specialist in luxury boutiques and hotels, Bruno Moinard has created a complete two-faceted collection for Roche Bobois: the first plays on reassuring thickness and roundness, while the second focuses on geometric precision. The refinement of details and materials are their common feature. These pieces of furniture are in sync with the times and can be combined with both classic and modern styles.
This wardrobe is robust and woody; its shapes are winding and soft. ...
Estimated delivery time: 10 to 12 weeks
Structure in defibrated ash wood veneer on MDF, doors with interior upholstered in Caresse leather, 3 adjustable wooden shelves (pegs), 1 rod, interior with a mirror, base in stainless steel with gold varnish finish.
Manufactured in Europe
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.
Bruno Moinard is an accomplished artist, working as a designer and interior designer, scenographer, painter and photographer. In 1979, he joined Andrée Putman and Ecart International, before founding his own architectural firm, 4BI, in 1995. His signature style is based on the affectionate integration of French Culture into his projects. For Roche Bobois, he designed the Paris Paname collection. Within one collection, two design languages combine: the first one speaks of volume and wooden textures, and the second is lighter and more geometrically-centered. The result is a cohesive collection that allows the combination of different forms and materials, mixing clean lines with sensual elegance. “I imagined pieces of furniture that you would never get tired of. Pieces that would stand the test of time. I wanted to give character and precision to shapes and materials inspired by the 1950s. I sought to create sensations without too much ostentation. This furniture collection is like a chameleon: it is both classic and modern, without overshadowing the volumes.”More info...