Vintage Classic Design At Raspberry Mash
Whether your home office is carved out of an alcove or you have a smart study, add a vintage design classic to really up the style stakes.
A post-war British icon, the understated Esavian desk was conceived by English designer James Leonard. Esavian was the trading name for the Educational Supply Association Ltd, a leading supplier of functional and affordable school furniture, fixtures and books. There is some dispute over whether the distinctive compass-inspired leg design was the original brainchild of James Leonard or his French counterpart Jean Prouve. But there is no denying the enduring appeal of this mid-century classroom classic.
Vintage 1950s Esavian desk, £145, Raspberry Mash
This is a superb machinist’s stool by British industrial manufacturer ‘Evertaut’. The stool is in well used condition but this gives it a wonderful look and character.
Evertaut machinist industrial stool, £155, Raspberry Mash
Task lighting doesn’t get any better than an original Herbert Terry Anglepoise lamp. This lamp at Raspberry Mash dates from the mid-century and is fully working as well as full of character.
Herbert Terry 90 Cream Anglepoise Lamp, £75, Raspberry Mash
The vintage Esavian desk featured in Warehouse Home Issue Three, which you can read in full here or in the reader below:
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