The Le Orchidee Desk by Mark Fish Has Some Junk in the Trunk

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 27, 2010 • References: fishcontemporaryfurniture & contemporist
When I say that the Le Orchidee Desk has some junk in the trunk, I mean it quite literally. It may be curvaceous, but those curves were not made to go to work. Instead, the curves hide a nice level writing surface within.

Designed by Mark Fish, the Le Orchidee Desk was created for the Millinery Works 21st Century Furniture exhibition in London. With a bit of a 70s feel to it, I think this retro table has something going for it in the design sphere. Check out the gallery above to see if you agree. Stats for Curvaceous Writing Tables Trending: Older & Chilly
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