Too late for sedate
Børge Mogensen wasn’t interested in sculptural shapes and experiments. He preferred historical furniture types that he then tweaked for the better. A very readable monograph presents the Danish designer.
KA72 is designed by Göran Malmvall. Karl Andersson & Söner has been producing and refining the KA72 storage system since 1972. Thanks to its versatility and the restrained elegance of its clean, uncluttered lines, KA72 has developed into a contemporary cl
assic that today is found in both private homes and public spaces alike. The cabinets are 400 mm and 800 mm wide and come in heights of 865, 1155, and 2020 mm and depths of 330/350 mm and 440/460 mm. They are made using a blockboard construction and venee
red in ash, birch, beech, oak, cherry, flamy “masur” birch, mahogany or finished in a choice of eight coloured lacquers.
Accessories include magazine racks, drawers, boxes, clothes rails, expansion files, miniature fridges, lighting, locks, cornice
s and pull-out shelves. The fittings are nickel-plated or made of brass. Cabinets are supplied ready assembled with adjustable screws in the plinth to ensure they stand straight and steady. KA72 is perfect in the living room, conference room, kitchen, lib
rary, dining room, coffee corner, office or lobby area and can also be used as a side table, TV bench or display cabinet, etc.
|Cupboard front finish||swinging double door frontage|
|Colors||shades of red|
shades of yellow
shades of brown