Ninfea is a delicately elegant desk made by Italian Designers Novamobili of Italy and designed by Giorgio Zanellato and Daniele Bortotto.
It has a top with rounded shapes sits on slender metal legs, with an undermounted drawer and a privacy screen upholstered in removable fabric or imitation leather.
The little screen also doubles as a noticeboard for posting notes and documents on using magnets.
The desk, which is perfect for recreating a study nook in the bedroom, and has a dressing table-esque setup with its wooden caddy and circular mirror.
The price for the Ninfea is based on a Eco Wood finish. We can also offer all the elements of the desk such as top, drawer and caddy in other finishes such as matt laquer, walnut or oak.
If you can call us on 01825 724160 or email at [email protected] for a full colour chart and your requirements and we would be delighted to provide a more precise quote if you would like to mix up the wood effects on the dressing table, such as laquered drawer but walnut top for example. There are just to many options for us to pop on our website.
W 121.5 x 61.5 D x 131.7 H (including mirror) Desk Height
Good to know:
Part of a collection of furniture the Argos oval dining table has matching chairs and is also available in a round shape. Just click here to view the Novamobili online.
If you would like some assistance we can also send you all the Novamobili looks books online and provide returnable swatches for colour matching.
Installation is included within the South East but we are happy to offer quotes for addresses further afield from us.
About the designers:
Design studio established in 2015 by Giorgia Zanellato and Daniele Bortotto. After completing a master’s in product design at ECAL, in Switzerland, Zanellato began collaborating with Fabrica, Benetton’s Research Centre, and Bortotto with Swiss designer Adrien Rovero. Their first collaboration resulted in the Acqua Alta collection, launched at the Salone Satellite event in Milan in 2013. The project was met with a great deal of interest and initiated a line of research that is still ongoing. Their work has been shown in various galleries and museums, such as MAXXI in Rome and Milan’s Triennale Design Museum and Poldi Pezzoli Museum