An extendable shutters bureau, Italian design by Gianfranco Frattini for Bernini. Designed c. 1958. Structure with surfaces in dark wood with strong grain, fitted with two doors with handle indentation working into them. When extending the tabletop covered in black leather, the shutters automatically rise. In the interior there are drawers and small sliding doors in aluminium. Substructure with aluminium ledges and wooden feet. W. 110cm, H. 100cm, D. 60-100.5cm. Minor wear commensurate with age, some minor scratches. PLEASE REMARK: This item is on auction right now at www.lauritz.com until 29/30th of October 2017. It is part of a huge theme auction of Vintage Design Classics You can place your bid after you have registered and created a customer account at www.lauritz.com
Gianfranco Frattini, extendable shutters bureau for Bernini
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Reference number: #22159
1950 – 1959
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