drawer for Knoll Sideboard
I have a Knoll credenza, a picture of which I posted some time ago under "Florence Knoll credenza". It differs from your picture having walnut exterior, cane not pandanus, and white painted interior walls. The drawer and shelves are, however, oak. The bottom is plywood covered in felt; there are two crews on bottom rear serving as stops. Here are pictures.
The only main difference that I can see are the radiused corners of the (earlier) American made Knoll Associates interior drawers compared to the (later) European Knoll International version otherwise, it is an identical interior drawer construction with very minor adjustments/modifications in the shape of the parts mainly the shape of the second piece from the front. Florence Knoll (the designer) is still with us at 100 years young, maybe she gets to decide...
Thanks David S & Chase for sharing your interior drawers.
Very cool, thank you, guys. You've been a big help. Since the European version is simpler, I will use that as a model for the front, but for the back I will use the ones you posted. I'll show you the result if it does not turn out too embarassing.
"People buy a chair, and they don't really care who designed it." (Arne Jacobsen)