The notion Studiolo is common in the Italian renaissance period, it consists of a writing table and a seat shaped like a throne. A studiolo may take different forms, adapted to the user’s needs and job function. The Studiolo concept by Annabelle d’Huart is inspired by Liberatore’s painting the Annunciation in the Pinacoteca in Perugia. Maria is pictured between a writing desk and a seat in the form of a throne. Studio is large yet compact. The simplicity of its functional lines are uninterrupted. Two tops, two shelve units serving as support with a bookcase replacing the throne, give the ability to fill the office space according to the individual needs.
Dimensions in mm:
Desk: W 1800 x D 1080 x H 750
Bookcase: W 1080 x D 360 x H 1470