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Item No. 100143808

Celine Desk

Price reduced from C$ 1,910.00 to C$ 1,337.00 30% off
4.8 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100143808

Celine Desk

Price reduced from C$ 1,910.00 to C$ 1,337.00 30% off
Black
Oak
Walnut
Walnut / Black
In Stock
  • Streamlined desk sized for spaces big or small.
  • Turned and tapered solid wood legs.
  • One drawer and an open cubby.
  • 29⅝" H 43⅜" W 21¾" D
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by Nazanin Kamali for Case
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Celine Desk
Price reduced from C$ 1,910.00 to C$ 1,337.00 30% off
Details

Details

The simple forms of midcentury architecture inspired designer Nazanin Kamali's Celine Desk (2008), which is crafted with turned and tapered solid hardwood legs, a single-drawer desktop and an open cubby for documents and other essentials. As the founder of two start-ups, Kamali has worked on everything from restaurant design to art installations. With such an impressive resume, it's not surprising that her work has been recognized with a Good Design Award and two Design Plus awards. Made in Lithuania.
  • Streamlined desk sized for spaces big or small.
  • One drawer and an open cubby.
  • Turned and tapered solid wood legs.
Brand
Case
General Dimensions
  • 29⅝" H 43⅜" W 21¾" D
Product Weight
53 lbs
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Celine Desk

Celine Desk

  • Height (in): 29⅝
  • Width (in): 43⅜
  • Depth (in): 21¾
  • Weight (lbs): 53
  • Solid walnut, oak or black-painted oak legs
  • Walnut, oak or black-painted oak veneer over MDF desktop
Nazanin Kamali

Nazanin Kamali

A multidisciplinary designer and entrepreneur, Nazanin Kamali embarked on her career following graduation from The Royal College of Art in London, where she studied furniture design. Striking out as a freelancer, she went on to found the design collective Non Specific Creativity, where she spearheaded projects ranging from restaurant design to art installations.

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