Key facts

Product:
Alma Writing desk
Family:
Alma
Manufacturer:
Giorgetti >
Designer:
Pamela Amine >
Architonic ID:
1468834
Country:
Italy
Manufacturer groups :
Tables-Desks >
Groups:
Tables-Desks >

Product description

Writing desk with the frame in solid and veneer in walnut canaletto wood (fin.11), with inserts in saddle leather, available in various colour shades, and in metal painted in a bronze colour with natural effect.
The top is available in three versions: planar, with an upper section in saddle leather with an integrated LED light (light touch switch) or with two upper sections in saddle leather, of which the one on the back side has the LED light. A chest of drawers, in walnut canaletto wood with the front sides of the drawers in saddle leather, with a push to open system, or a saddle leather shelf with an optional removable drawer, are available to complete the product. Both can be added on the right or on the left of the desk.
Only for the version with the right chest of drawers is possible to insert on the top a multi-socket adaptor predisposed for 1 schuko socket, 1 RJ45 socket and 1 high-speed USB socket.

Concept

A desk for domestic environments designed to be a personal little sanctuary where one can organise one's space according to one's needs. Alma, from the Latin Almus, meaning “soul”, “she who nourishes”, celebrates the main function of a desk, which is to open the mind and expand one's knowledge. In canaletto walnut and leather, this design offers different configurations thanks to the addition of components, such as the chest of drawers and a compartment with a removable drawer. The curves, starting from the legs and extending up to the top surface of the desk, create various compartments, with an optional additional element with integral LED lighting, which creates the right atmosphere for an optimal environment.
The new collaboration with the designer Pamela Amine, a student of the Istituto Marangoni Milano The School of Design, emphasizes how Giorgetti gives space and prominence to new young architects.