This cabinet was designed by Illum Wikkelso and produced by Danish company Soren Willadsen in the 1950s. The cabinet features three sliding doors hiding shelves and drawers. The cabinet is made of veneered teak while the frame is made of oak. It has some small dents but overall is in very good condition. The model 90 was first presented in 1953. Literature: The magazine “Furniture”, No. 10, 1953, page 16. Literature: Bygge og Bo, edition 3, September 1953.
Model 90 Teak Cabinet by Illum Wikkelso for Soren Willadsen, Denmark, 1950s
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|Dimensions||44 × 160 × 130 cm|
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