Designer: Julia Gaubek
Description: this wardrobe was made to measure for a mansion interior in Hungary, it was designed by the Hungarian architect Julia Gaubek in 1974. On the back of the cabinet is a label indicating the name of the architect, the year of manufacture and the old price (picture n°16). It consists of a totally wooden structure, on the front is a patinated brass sheet (base), a zebrano veneer (structure) and eight concave brass discs. The interior in birch is composed on the right of a wardrobe space and on the left of three shelves, two drawers and a storage for documents. This furniture can be locked with keys thanks to the lock in the center.
A unique piece for an interior design Art Deco, discover the high quality of materials used for this piece of furniture.
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition, it presents a beautiful patina of time.
Restoration: this product has not been restored.
Totale height: 150 cm
Length: 105 cm
Depth: 50 cm
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