Jacob Kielland-Brandt Bench in Solid Dark Stained Pine, Denmark 1960s
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  • Dimensions

    Width: 180 cm / 70.9" | Depth: 45 cm / 17.7" | Height: 75 cm / 43.3" | Seating height: 41 cm / 16.1"

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This solid dark stained pine 1960s bench is best described as a minimalist work by the Danish designer Jacob Kielland- Brandt. Its geometrical shape and form clearly evoke a pure visual response. We can also speak of a very honest design that was literally physically translated by the obvious choice for revealed joinery. The lines are very pure and polished. Nothing is overdone and every unnecessary frill or ornament is omitted. One of the approaches of minimalism design at the time was to refrain from any emotional aspect and strictly follow a rule-based system. This is very much reflected in this design when we take a look at the proportions. Everything is in a certain and charming harmony, from the legs all the way up to the backrest. Through the years and the passing of time, it received a warm patina that is also very pleasant to the eye. It carries the usual signs and wear for its age and use. More precisely you can see some diffuse scratches on the surface of the legs. We think it adds to the striking appearance of this piece.

We also have the matching three chairs available.

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Customer - Houston USA
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Angela de Santiago

Customer - Paris
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Quality, flexibility, very good communication, very happy with the coffee table I bought.

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Customer - Paris
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