This asymmetrical sideboard was made in Germany during the 1950s. The geometric form of the furniture refers to projects from the Bauhaus school: practicality and at the same time great aesthetic value. The assumptions here are very simple and result from the German style of pre-war designers. The chest and the base are finished with birch wood with irregular, strong graining, with visible knots and a warm honey-brown color. The three sliding doors are made of precious rosewood. One of the panels has been finished in matt black with a visible wood structure. The doors have solid, wooden handles that emphasize the geometry of the furniture. This sideboard has shelves inside. It is a rare and very original form of furniture.
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This sideboard is in very good vintage condition with a natural patina.