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Ligne Roset Tanis Desk

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Standing on a slender steel frame, the sleek Tanis Desk features two spacious drawers and a comfortable work surface covered with Fenix, a unique nanotech resin with a soft touch and super opaque finish. French designer Pierre Paulin began designing desks in 1953. The CM 141 was one of his early designs, originally created for Thonet-France. In 2008, French manufacturer Ligne Roset brought it back into production, with modern updates and enrichments, and named it the Tanis Desk. Made in France.


  • Two-drawer storage cabinet.
  • Fenix nanolaminate top is fingerprint- and scratch-resistant, and self-healing.
  • Sleek steel base.
  • Compact footprint.

Height : 74 cm

Width : 130 cm

Depth : 60 cm

  • Walnut veneer over MDF
  • Fenix Nanolaminate desk top
  • Tubular steel frame

Pierre Paulin

Modernist French designer Pierre Paulin was a pioneer in low-level
living. While his oeuvre spans decades of modern materials, techniques, and
industrial projects, he’s best known for introducing a new approach to sitting
— one that bid adieu to chair legs and embraced low-slung profiles for easy,
laid-back lounging. Paulin’s iconic designs figure in museums and collections
around the world.

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