by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/12/2019
“It seemed interesting to me to design a chest of drawers which was not simply destined to be backed against a wall, but which could take centre stage in a space. Available as a left/right duo, they could face the bedroom doorway, standing between the dressing table and bed for example; pieces of furniture which are just as pleasant when viewed from the back or side as they are face-on: the rear screen, in wood or lacquer, is just as interesting to look at as the curves of the drawers. The same idea for the bedside table, which brings in a third more precious material which allows the light to pass through it and casts shadows.”
The bedside table may be treated in much the
same combinations of materials and colours as
the chest of drawers.
In the case of the bedside table, the upper top
is not in wood panels but in bronze lacquered
perforated steel. The veneered or lacquered
drawers are replaced by two lacquered shelves.
The beside table may be fitted with an optional
Its 40 x 40 cm structure/screen means that it
may be used either to the left or to the right of
|Table finish||with corpus|
|Table top shape||square with rounded corners|
|Colors||shades of brown|
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