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Furniture September, 2 2008

Pierre Paulin’s Tanis Desk by Ligne Roset

Ligne Roset has faithfully reproduced Pierre Paulin’s “CM-141″ desk for 2008. Taking care to retain the same exact proportions and construction, they’ve worked to improve the finishing and renamed the classic piece “Tanis.” Paulin initially made a name for himself at the Salon des Artes Menagers de Paris in 1951, before moving to Thonet-France. There he primarily produced desks and chairs. It is beautiful as both a desk and a sideboard. (via Retro to Go). 
Pierre Paulins Tanis Desk by Ligne Roset

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