'Treviso' Desk – Ercol

'Treviso' Desk – Ercol

from 3,350.00

Maker: Ercol
Designer: Matthew Hilton
Year: 2016

The handcrafted 'Treviso' desk designed by Matthew Hilton is a showcase of architectural character combined with timeless elegance. The allure of this coveted design is amplified through the natural beauty of solid, pale oak or rich, dark walnut.

Memorable details include angled tapered legs and sliding drawers on the desk tidy as well as underneath the desk top. It's no wonder the Treviso Desk is a winner of the Design Guild Mark Award, an award for excellence in British Furniture Design.

Attributes:
- W 122cm, D 59cm, H 86cm
- Family Owned Company
- Made in UK
- Sustainable Plantation Oak
- Solid Timber Construction (No Veneer)

 

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Made by Ercol

Ercol was founded in England in 1920 by a young Italian, Lucian Ercolani. His simple goal was to make furniture that was well designed and made in a good working environment by craftsmen who took real pride in their jobs. Today, Ercol remains a family owned company committed to protecting and sharing its highly celebrated legacy.

Design has always been at the heart of ercol’s rich history – design for comfort, design for function and design for beauty.
— Henry Tadros | Fourth Generation Ercol
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Designed by Matthew Hilton

Matthew Hilton has been intimately associated with the revival of exciting British Furniture Design in recent years. Born in Hastings in 1957, he attended Portsmouth College of Art and then Kingston Polytechnic, from where he graduated with a degree in Furniture Design in 1979.

During the early 80s, Matthew worked as an industrial designer for the product design company Capa in London, before setting up the Matthew Hilton Design Studio in 1985 to work with a number of renowned manufacturers and retailers – most recently including ercol. Matthew was awarded Designer of the Year at The British Design Awards 2008.

 
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