This four-door, solid sideboard from the turn of the 1950s and 1960s. The furniture was brought from Denmark. Made of two types of wood: teak and solid oak. The solid, compact form has been broken with a hypnotic, three-dimensional pattern in the Op-Art style. Black and white, classic color was combined with pastel turquoise. The top is waxed in a natural shade of wood, the edge around it is finished in black mat. There is a geometric strip at the bottom, which optically makes the sideboard even longer. The front of the furniture, including the outermost door, is rounded, giving it a convex shape. Teak legs cut downwards have original brass fittings. The height of the legs is 28 cm. The interior of the sideboard is equipped with two spacious shelves. The door is fitted with a lock, and two keys are included. The furniture represents the Mid-Century Modern trend. A regular form with a disproportionate length to other dimensions, a neat contour and a linear finish give it a timeless look. It fully reflects the idea of Scandinavian design.
The sideboards has been partially restored keeping it’s natural patina. This is a piece of furniture finished according to the rules of the Upcycled Vintage course. Its form is original and dates from the 20th century, but the final finish has been changed by artistic invention or composition of parts from different original object. All treatment are performed by traditional methods, are consistent with the aesthetic of the age from which the furniture comes from and support the Zero Waste idea.