by Achilli, Bridigini and Canella, 1960s.
Elegant sideboard made of nutwood designed by the architect trio Michelle Achilli, Daniele Brigidini and Guido Canella for the manufacturer Rustoni. Designed and manufactured in Italy in 1961. This cupboard consists of two parts which can be assembled together. Each element is equipped with two sliding doors. The front of the sideboard is beautifully detailed with graphic pattern. The great patina of the nutwood gives the cabinet a vibrant appearance.
Michelle Achilli, Daniele Brigidini and Guido Canella founded their studio “ABC” in Milano in the 60s. They were responsible for the construction of the Giuseppe Verdi Cultural Center, among other creative projects.
Elevate your living space with this Mid-Century Modern masterpiece, where form meets function in perfect harmony. Its enduring appeal and exceptional quality make it a statement piece that transcends time.
Materials and Techniques: nutwood
Place of Origin: Italy
Date of Manufacture: 1960s
Period: 1960 – 1969
Height: 87 cm, Width: 200 cm, Depth: 50 cm
Condition: In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use.
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