Sideboard by Jorge Zalszupin in Imbuia Wood for L’Atelier, Brazil 1960s
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Sideboard by Jorge Zalszupin in Imbuia Wood for L’Atelier, Brazil 1960s

19500

19500

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  • Dimensions

    251 cm width x 40 cm depth x 72 cm height

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Sideboard by Jorge Zalszupin from his series of 'Modular Pieces' (Modulados Compiníveis) for L'Atelier. This sideboard in imbuia wood (walnut) is designed in Brazil around 1960. It has a finish in 'blocks of wood'. As both the back and the front are worked with the wood veneer, this item can be placed in the middle of a space to also act as a room divider. This particular piece features 8 drawers and a door of which the shelves are missing (our restorer can add this in case wanted). It is in good, functional, condition and clearly marked underneath the sideboard. There have been some restorations done in the past that are visible (with one larger on the top) and it is lacking the two shelves behind the door. On request, these can be added by our professional restorer.

Bibliography: MC Loschiavo dos Santos, Jorge Zalszupin, Ed. Olhares, 2014, model from the same series reproduced pp. 188-193

Customer Reviews

Palmer Giddings

Customer - Houston USA
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Shawn Henderson

Interior Designer - New York USA
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Table arrived very well crated, seller made process seamless.

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Joel Telpner

Customer - Denver USA
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This bar is amazing. Beautiful and exactly as described. A custom crate (which was a work of art itself) was built in order to ship the piece to the U.S. The bar arrived in perfect condition without a scratch. I will say that take the crate apart was not easy and was a two-person job. But worth it in the end

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