HARTÔ 


HONORÉ, VICTOR, and HYPPOLITE DESKS



design Pierre-François Dubois and Florence Watine

The Honoré, Victor and Hyppolite desks combine elegance and functionality. They offer a comfortable workspace associated with a discreet and refined style, highlighting the association between natural wood (oak or walnut) and the color of the drawers or metal legs.

Honoré and Hyppolite are available in oak or walnut version, and in two colors: White or Slate grey.

Victor is available in three colors: Blue, White or Slate Grey. 

Honoré desk

Mobile console on top of the desk hiding a box where wires, chargers, multi-sockets and office supplies can be stored. 

Materials Worktop in oak or walnut veneered MDF, mat finish. Solid wood console and feet (oak or walnut). Colored satin lacquer on the drawer and the back of the worktop. 

Dimensions 140 x 70 x H83 cm - Worktop height : 73 cm

Honoré desk oak version

White
1145 €

Honoré desk oak version

Slate grey
1145 €

Honoré desk walnut version

Slate grey
1350 €

Victor desk

Materials Oak veneered MDF worktop. Legs in matt lacquered metal. Supplied in 4 pieces (cruciform screwdriver required for assembly, not supplied). 

Dimensions 96 x 60 x H84 cm - Worktop height : 73 cm

Victor desk

Blue

799 €

Victor desk

White
799 €

Victor desk

Slate grey
799 €

Hyppolite desk

Materials Body and drawers in oak or walnut veneered MDF. Legs in matt lacquered metal. 

Dimensions 120 x 55 x H89 cm - Worktop height : 73 cm

Hyppolite desk oak version

White
895 €

Hyppolite desk oak version

Slate grey
895 €

Hyppolite desk walnut version

Slate grey
980 €

Pierre-François Dubois

His passage through Finland left traces on his sensitivity for natural materials and sober lines. Thanks to several internships, he accumulated experiences from various design schools (Boulle, Olivier de Serres, Aalto University, Ensci). Pierre-François Dubois is one of the designers who created the brand's first pieces, which have now become iconic. 

Florence Watine

Passionate about travels and contemporary art, Florence Watine began by abandoning her studies in Modern Literature at the University of Aix en Provence to found her first company. In 2000, she created FLOW, her interior design agency. Between two architectural projects, she enjoyed designing and manufacturing unique pieces of furniture. Then in 2010, she co-founded the Hartô Design site for which she designed the first collection of furniture. In love with noble and natural materials, her style marked by sobriety and simple shapes relates to the major trends of Scandinavian design.