This modernist lowboard was manufactured in Norway during the 1960s. This piece is finished with walnut wood. Natural shades of wood in earthy colors blend irregularly and turn into tones of brown and gray. The lowboard has three sliding doors with hand-painted, linear pattern in black and dirty white. The design on the front optically lengthens this form. The base consists of two V-legs, which are attached to the side walls of the geometric structure. The lowboard has delicate, mirror handles. The form refers to Japanese design where the strength of simplicity, love of pure form and consistent logic perfectly complement each other.
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.