Mid-Century Modern, Denmark
Two very rare drawers with front in Wenge wood. Front has only minor signs of wear, but some age inside. Look at photos for condition.
The SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen was designed by architect and designer Arne Jacobsen for the Scandinavian Airlines System between 1956 and 1960 and was the first design hotel ever built.
With the Royal Hotel he created a “Gesamtkunstwerk” from door handles, fixtures, curtains, lamps, tables etc. to chairs as the the Swan, the Egg and the Drop.
After the death of Arne Jacobsen in 1971, the hotel went through some modernizations and changes - among others about the mid-1990s, where these drawers were acquired. Possibly the drawers were used in conjunction with wardrobes of the rooms.
Today the hotel is referred to as the “Lost Gesamtkunstwerk” of Jacobsen. Only one single room has been kept in the original design - room number 606.
Dimensions: W x H x D: 52 x 9½ x 45½ cm.
Please note, the photos are a part of the item description.
The last nine photos are model photos from Room 606 with more.
Photos are a part of the description.
The lot can be delivered personally and for free in week 21 or 22 in Belgium, Netherlands, West-Germany or Denmark. Otherwise it can be sent by agreement and at the buyers expense.
|Member since:||November 16, 2016|
Perfect service! Very well packed and transport on time!
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.I only have good words here. The furniture was in perfect shape , and Rudi a very nice and polite person who was kind enough to even make a detour on his way to deliver it! Excellent all the way!
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