Arne Vodder (Denmark 1926-2009)
Rosewood storage unit with built in bar for Sibast Møbelfabrik , Denmark 1960s.
Fully labelled with Danish/factory metal plaque.
This portable bar has a sliding top that reveals a tiered internal shelving system for bottles and glasses. To the front it has four drawers and an open storage area.
This classic Danish design is popular due to its multi-functional uses.
It measures 75cm x 75cm x 61cm high.
Aldo van Eyck (Netherlands, 1918-1999)
1/2 Wall mounted modernist benches.
Rexine over wooden structure with painted steel supports.
This is 1 of 2 Dutch commissioned 1950s wall mounted benches designed by architect Aldo Van Eyck. Some provenance available. The bench is thought to have been designed and made as a private commission in the 1950s for a doctors waiting room..
Aldo van Eyck was an award winning architect from the Netherlands and a member of CIAM. He was one of the most influential protagonists of the Structuralist architectural movement. Van Eyck lectured throughout Europe and northern America propounding the need to reject Functionalism and attacking the lack of originality in most post-war Modernism. Van Eyck’s position as co-editor of the Dutch magazine Forum helped publicise the “Team 10” call for a return to humanism within architectural design.
Vanity / dressing table-desk_Design attributed to either W.Penaat or H.Wouda.
Produced by Pander & Zonen 1920s
Bas van Pelt (Netherlands 1900-1945)
Rare oak sideboard for EMS Overshie/ My Home. 1930s.
Willem Penaat (Netherlands 1875-1957)
Upholstered lounge chair. Circa 1935
Produced under the control of Metz & Co. Amsterdam.
The second image shows one of the chairs in the collection of the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.
Gordon Russell (UK 1892-1980)
Gordon Russell ltd. 1970s.
A rare large dining or conference table with pear wood sectioned top and chromed metal legs.
Maker’s metal label to underside.
Bas van Pelt (Netherlands, 1900-1945)
Rare pair of oak side chairs for My Home. 1930s.
Burnished designer name to underside.