Mobile desk for sorting color steel design for Tolix Xavier Pauchard


Designed in 1930 give Xavier Pauchard, the mobile mail sorting is finally revived. Multifunctional, you can place anywhere: on entry in order to keep the various objects in the room as a desk, in the living room as a library.



Designed in 1930 by Xavier Pauchard, the mail sorting cabinet is finally re-proposed. Multifunctional, you can place it anywhere: in the entrance to keep various objects in order, in the bedroom as a desk, in the living room as a bookcase… This industrial and vintage style is truly impressive. The cabinet consists of six removable shelves, divided into 24 compartments: you will have an XXL space! The practical drawer allows you to hide pens, small objects, keys or important documents. Symbolic and democratic, the Tolix metal furniture marks a significant milestone in the history of design. The credit goes to designer Xavier Pauchard who first used stamped sheet metal and zinc for the production of mass-produced furniture. Today, the company has acquired high-performance digital machines that accompany many manual operations and tooling inherited from history. Each element that comes out of the atelier is unique and bears the Tolix signature engraved in the metal. It is with genuine recognition that Tolix received in 2006 the label of “Company of the living heritage” conferred by the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry. 6 removable shelves / 24 compartments / 1 drawer French manufacture.

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