W. 220 x H. 75 x D. 55 cm

Design Fabrice Berrux

The Zig Zag sideboard by Fabrice Berrux really stands out. Its façade features multiple facets in mirror or glossy PMMA that capture light beautifully. A kaleidoscope effect is created, especially when the coplanar doors are moved. ...

Sideboard with 2 doors with aligned opening in Daquacryl® (high gloss 3mm-thick PMMA veneer on plywood, many colours available) or bronze mirror finish, in a solid oak frame. Structure in oak veneer on MDF panels and frame in solid oak. One interior drawer. Base in steel with Epoxy finish, col. Manganese black.

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Fabrice Berrux

Berrux, a graduate of the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Dijon, founded Societe 18 Août, a design studio that creates quirky and unusual objects, in the late 1980s. His designs for Roche Bobois include the FLOWER, an homage to Andy Warhol and HOT-COLD table mats inspired by Land Art. In 1991, Berrux helped to establish lighting design company Dix Heures Dix which has provided products for art gallery shops all over the world and has exhibited at the musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Fabrice Berrux has developed some of Roche Bobois's most distinctive lighting ranges, including those made using innovative materials and techniques such as pleated fabric, altuglass resin and bulbs that can completely alter the ambiance of a space.

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