The Rose Sélavy name hails from the fictional character created by French artist and Dadaist Marcel Duchamp. With dainty lines and a subtle colour combination of soft pastels and pink-brushed metal, Rose Sélavy is an ode to femininity. The tabletop features a very fine box where one can store their jewellery, as well as two mirrors – a round and extra-large one at the centre and a smaller one that can be detached from the table and used as a hand mirror.
Marquetry, a decorative furniture surface technique that require immense technical skill and precision deriving from a French word meaning “inlaid work” – an art of creating decorative designs using contrasting veneers, a process that was completely done by hand. With the marquetry technique, it adds an element of style and creativity to this original piece of furniture.
Desktop in painted ash veneer • fronts in matte paint finish
Structure in MDF • Metal legs with painted ash veneer
Fixed accessory compartments in painted ash veneer
Stool structure in painted MDF • seating upholstered in leather
Metal parts plated with Champagne colour finish
Central Mirror • clear mirror
Side Mirror • one side clear, one side magnifying