orchidee desk

Marc Fish fine furniture

Cupcake ipsum dolor sit amet. Donut croissant I love pastry I love biscuit. Soufflé wafer candy wypas apple pie sweet oat cake marshmallow. Applicake I love sweet toffee faworki wypas I love.

Chocolate cake tart soufflé pastry I love bear claw cotton candy gummi bears muffin. Ice cream biscuit wypas apple pie chocolate I love brownie.

 

L'Orchidée project

The piece, L'Orchidée, pulls influence from La Marorelle's desk of the same name displayed in the Musee d' Orsay in Paris, France. Marc Fish's piece, like Marorelle at the time, uses some groundbreaking techniques utilising design research and experimentation, it's design and construction features meticulous refinement – not least the seamless tambour roll top.

The tambour roll top appears to be a solid piece of wood however it is veneered canvas layered upon strips of wood, a technique like this has never been used before and the results are quite astonishing.

Marc believes that it is only through looking deeply into nature and the natural environment that design can reach its full potential. Design should be stimulating, excite the senses and an expression of the designer's beliefs and his deep understanding of the very materials he uses.

Awarded Guildmark no 420 by The Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers

Winner of the Claxton Steven Award for the best Guild Mark piece in 2010

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