Robin Day for Hille, Teakwood cupboard, 1950s - SOLD


Teakwood cupboard, Robin Day, 1950s; with 4 drawers on the left side, ideal for file storage, and a large open cabinet on the right. Sliding doors allow for easy accessibility. This cabinet would be ideal for an office, but has uses in many other rooms.
About the designer: 
Robin Day was an iconic British industrial designer, best known for his injection-moulded polypropylene stacking chairs – more than 20 million of which have been manufactured – and his later collaboration with Habitat. He rose to prominence in 1951 when he came up with the seating for the Festival of Britain. 
Height: 70cm
Width: 91.5cm
Depth: 45.5cm


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