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The Butler C67 Desk takes up the classic codes of the wooden domestic desk – a solid, simple, functional piece of furniture, designed in a beautiful solid oak which will last through the ages.
The desk incorporates a drawer which can be inserted from both sides depending on what is most suitable.
Material solid oak
Dimensions 120 x 60 cm or 156 x 60 cm
Height 73 cm
120 x 60 cm
156 x 60 cm
Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen
The furniture designers Johannes Foersom (1947-) and Peter Hiort-Lorenzen (1943-) are known under the name Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen. They have run their own design studio since the late 1970s, and are today considered ‘the grand old men’ of Danish furniture design. They set great store by good and solid craftsmanship in combination with a high degree of functionality. In their simple, toned-down designs, they find an aesthetic idiom that pri- marily relies on function and quality. Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen has won several international design awards for, among other things, their innovative approach to working with materials and constructing furniture, which has proved successful thanks to their hands-on and academic experience. The playful and dynamic design duo has designed several furniture series for FDB Møbler such as Gesja, Butler and Mikado, Mikado as a reinterpretation of Poul M. Volther’s iconic spindleback chair J46.
In addition, their furniture is on permanent display at MoMA in New York, Designmuseum Denmark, Trapholt in Kolding, the Moderna Museet in Stock- holm and at Die Neue Sammlung in Munich.