Arne Voder for Sibast, Triennale Sideboard, 1950s

CHF 8,500.00

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The 1950s Danish-designed Triennale sideboard, created by Arne Vodder (model 29A), is named after its debut at the Milan Triennale. Crafted by the esteemed Danish furniture manufacturer Sibast, this exquisite piece showcases a teak (veneer) structure, has been beautifully refinished and is ready for daily use.

Furthermore, its distinctive sliding doors offer the flexibility of revealing either teak or black fronts when reversed. Notably, the back of the sideboard is also veneered, allowing it to serve as a stylish room divider.

 

 

Origination: Denmark, 1980s

Condition: Very good, as pictured.

Materials: Solid and veneered teakwood

 

Approximate Dimensions:

Height 91 cm

Width 250 cm

Depth 47 cm

Additional information

Weight 200 kg

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