Old and New Desk and Chair

Kochman Reidt + Haigh Cabinetmakers

For the better part of the 20th Century, French designer Maxime Old combined a passion for modernist forms with a cabinetmaker's sense of craftsmanship. Kochman Reidt + Haigh honors Old with a desk and chair inspired by his work (circa 1957 and 1970, respectively). Both are made from quartered Ash with a hand-rubbed lacquer finish. The desk, with brass and leather details, has a fitted interior updated tobe used with a laptop. (Desk also shown in this category with top closed.)

Contemporary Desk & Secretary from Kochman Reidt + Haigh Cabinetmakers, Model: Custom-made Desk and Chair
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Model: Custom-made Desk and Chair

General Style: Contemporary

Specific Style: Mid-century Modern, French

Type: Roll-top/Drop-down top, Writing

Essential Properties: Artisan, Handmade

Material: Ash (Also available in Wood, Exotic Wood, Hardwood)

Features: Custom

Color / Finish: Hand-applied, Lacquer, Natural

Construction: Quartersawn, Solid, Veneer, Mortise & Tenon Joinery

Leg Style: Tapered

Stain: Light

Surface: Wood

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