This is a rare iconic Dutch wall unit designed by Wilhelm Lutjens for the firm Den Boer from Gouda in the 1950s. The birch-bent plywood and teak veneered planks are connected by solid birch uprights. The refined curved ends have made this a famous design. For example, you can place a number of larger objects on the two large lower shelves. These shelves are also deeper than the smaller top two and provide a very stable construction. More so even if it is detached from the wall. Due to the shadow effect, this item also creates an extra dimension. We see this clearly when it is positioned against the wall. But don't forget that this beautiful design can also be used as a room divider. Possibly heavily decorated if you want or just as it is. This is a powerful design that at the same time exudes unprecedented playfulness. It also shows a beautiful patina that has developed evenly over the years. The condition of this piece is entirely in line with age and use.