Very nice wardrobe model KB02 designed by Cees Braakman for pastoe UMS, Holland 1954. This wardrobe is from the famous birch series designed by Braakman who inspired these series on the designs by Edward J. Wormley. The new technique of working with plywood materials were discovered by Charles and Ray Eames and after the war this way of making furniture was introduced by designers as Cor Alons, Cees Braakman and Willem Lutjens. The significant use of these bent wood legs are now known worldwide and highly wanted. This example is one of the 3 models made, this only has a hanging part on the inside, a mirror on the right door and a tie hanger on the left. We have another model in stock.
Fully refinished with high quality UV protection lacquer with preservation of authenticity. The doors have some craquele from age.
|Materials:||Birch wood, lacquered|
|Condition:||Very good, fully restored|
|Height:||169 cm cm|
|Width:||104 cm cm|
|Depth:||51 cm cm|
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