Teak sideboard, design Arne Vodder, Sibast, 1960.
Arne Vodder, former student of Finn Juhl at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, is recognised as one of the main figures of the Danish Modern. The designer designed chairs, armchairs, tables, desks, etc. He worked with many manufacturers, including Sibast, France & Son, Fritz Hansen or H.P. Hansen among others. But he is most famous for his sideboards, including the triennial or the 29 models.
Teak and painted wood sideboard. Four drawers of different colours, a box and a sliding door opening onto a storage with an adjustable shelf. The door flips over and has one side painted black and the other teak. On the right side there is also additional storage with one shelf. Good condition with patina and wear.
Size 167 x 42 cm, H 63 cm.
No longer in production.