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Side

Stylepark-ID:05.2255.10011
Categories: Home furnitureStorage / ShelvingSideboards / chests of drawers
Product description

Sideboard series based on the Modulor proportions system developed by Le Corbusier. The proportions are a deliberate attempt to replace the rigidity of symmetry with an asymmetrical arrangement which feels correct.
The heights of the sideboard components are such as to allow an infinite number of possible combinations. The units have a wide range of household applications for instance sideboard, buffet, storage, seating, computer/TV unit etc. Materials - European beech, maple and oak, American cherry and walnut. Finish The solid wood is impregnated with pure natural oils and waxes. These are applied by hand to the finely sanded surface and then polished to a tactile satin finish. The beeswax treatment protects the wood whilst allowing it to breathe, thus contributing to a healthy climate in the home.
Availible three lengths and four heights with steel legs or wooden base. More accessories: cushions, CD-tray, cutlery-tray.

Specifications
Width1200 - 2280 mm
Height750 mm
Depth480 mm
Cupboard front finishwith drawers
Materialnut wood
oak
cherry
Colorssilver
shades of brown
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Manufacturer:
Zeitraum, Germany

Design:
Formstelle
2004

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PDFSIDE_ml_pdf_h.pdf180.68 KB
CADSIDE_dwg_model.DWG125.07 KB
CADSIDEBABY_dwg_model.DWG113.74 KB
CADSIDELONG_dwg_model.DWG146.68 KB
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PDFZEITRAUM_PROJECTS_No1_D-EN.pdf7.12 MB
PDFZEITRAUM-Newspaper-2018.pdf3.18 MB